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La capacitación y el desarrollo profesional pueden ser una manera emocionante de aprender. También puede ser una excelente manera de conectarse con sus compañeros.

Un sentido de pertenencia auténtica es fundamental para la inclusión.

Las personas que cuidan a los demás suelen poner sus necesidades en último lugar. ¿Esto le suena familiar? Cuidarse a sí mismo es importante para su salud y bienestar, y se relaciona directamente con su capacidad para cuidar a otros y triunfar en su trabajo.

Los familiares tienen información importante acerca de sus propios niños, y esta información es valiosa para todas las personas involucradas en el cuidado de un niño.

Family members have important information about their own children, and this information is valuable to anyone involved in a child’s care. Parents and guardians have a special understanding of their children’s unique qualities and characteristics, such as temperament, strengths, and interests....

Developing thoughtful observation skills can help infant and toddler caregivers improve quality. This article contains resources to support technical assistance (TA) providers as they help infant and toddler caregivers develop stronger observation skills.

In group care settings, what does inclusion of infants and toddlers with disabilities or other special needs involve? And how can teachers find out what they need to know?

The infant and toddler care delivery systems within states and territories can be challenging to navigate. Furthermore, technical assistance (TA) providers work in a variety of settings with a range of priorities.

Supporting reflective practice may be one of the best things a TA provider can do to improve quality. Reflection helps teachers think about their caregiving practices and develop greater self-awareness.

Professional learning opportunities that focus specifically on infant and toddler care and development can help you improve and increase your skills and strategies for giving the responsive, relationship-based care that is best for infants and toddlers.