Infants and Toddlers – Practice and Research-Based Approaches

Contributed by Sue Martin | taught by Dominion LIC. Contributed by Sue Martin

Course description

If Early Childhood Education is to be recognized and accountable as a field that is providing much more than child-minding, intentional reflective practice and quality enhancement are essential.

Module two continues the discussion of the what and how of reflective practice, with a more specific emphasis on infant and toddler settings, We look at sources of content for reflection, including:

  • practice guidelines
  • research
Dominion LIC.    Contributed by Sue Martin
Dominion LIC. Contributed by Sue Martin
Professor of ECE, retired

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Practice and Research-based Reflection
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Reflecting on Responsibilities in Infant/Toddler Settings
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The Cycle of Reflection and Change
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Reflective Activity: Seeking Answers to Sample questions
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Using Reflection to Enhance Quality
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Reflective Activity: Questions on Belonging
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The Analytic Process Changes How We Think
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Reflective Activity - Knowledge from Research
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Next Steps
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