ERIC Number: ED352162
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
The Zero to Three Child Care Anthology 1984-1992.
Provence, Sally, Ed.; And Others
This anthology contains 19 articles selected from the "Zero To Three Bulletin" from 1984 through the spring of 1992 and organized into five sections. The section on relationships in infant/toddler child care includes: "Infants in Day Care: Reflections on Experiences, Expectations, and Relationships," by J. H. Pawl; and "Choosing Child Care for Infants and Toddlers: Look First at the Caregiver," by S. Provence. Articles on applying principles to practice include: "Caring for Infants with Respect: The RIE Approach," by M. Gerber; "Mainstreamed, Mixed-Age Groups of Infants and Toddlers at the Bank Street Family Center," by N. Balaban; "The Center for Infants and Parents at Teachers College, Columbia University: A Setting for Study and Support," by A. Axtmann; and "Therapeutic Childcare at Merrywood School," by M. Siegel. The section on child care for infants and toddlers with special needs includes: "'The Sooner the Better Project': Involving Parents and Day Care Staff in the Identification and Treatment of Developmental Delays and Disturbances in Infants and Toddlers," by R. Clark and M. J. Oltmans; "Models of Integration through Early Intervention/Child Care Collaborations," by M. B. Bruder, P. Deiner, and S. Sachs; and "Social Development and Integration: Facilitating the Prosocial Development of Typical and Exceptional Infants and Toddlers in Group Settings," by D. Wittmer and S. Petersen. Articles on supports for child care programs and providers include: (1) "Attending to the Emotional Well-Being of Children, Families, and Caregivers: Contributions of Infant Mental Health Specialists to Child Care," by K. Johnston and others; (2) "Whole Babies, Parents, and Pieces of Funds: Creating Comprehensive Programs for Infants and Toddlers," by P. D. Pizzo; (3) "The Developmentally Designed Group Care Setting: A Supportive Environment for Infants, Toddlers and Caregivers," by L. Torelli; (4) "Shared Reading in Daycare: Successes and Challenges," by G. J. Whitehurst and J. E. Fischel; and (5) "Managing Growth at Child Care Solutions," by R. A. Foote. The section on research in infant/toddler child care includes: "More Pride, Less Delinquency: Findings from the Ten-Year Follow-Up Study of the Syracuse University Family Development Research Program," by J. R. Lally and others; "Model Versus Modal Child Care for Children from Low-Income Families," by D. S. Wittmer; "Infant Day Care: A Cause for Concern?" by J. Belsky; "Responses to 'Infant Day Care: A Cause for Concern?'" (responses by eight authors); and "Infants, Families and Child Care: Toward a Research Agenda," a report from a meeting of infant day care researchers. (SLD)
Descriptors: Anthologies, Child Caregivers, Child Development, Child Development Centers, Day Care, Delinquency, Early Intervention, Educational Practices, Family Programs, Heterogeneous Grouping, Individual Needs, Infants, Interpersonal Relationship, Preschool Education, Student Placement, Toddlers
Zero to Three/National Center for Clinical Infant Programs, 2000 14th Street North, Suite 380, Arlington, VA 22201-2500 ($14.95, plus $4 shipping and handling).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Policymakers; Researchers
Authoring Institution: National Center for Clinical Infant Programs, Arlington, VA.