Resources: Infant Care
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1/24/2019 09:58:14 am
I am so glad that learning about more details for infant care! Thanks!
12/29/2019 10:59:08 pm
Very happy to learn about childcare since I am getting ready to be a teacher
2/17/2020 05:59:26 pm
Thank you for all these valuable information that is going to make me a better teacher everyday.
3/27/2020 02:53:03 pm
very informative. Thanks for providing it.
9/3/2020 04:06:10 pm
Thank you for this information!
8/20/2021 02:20:24 am
we can learn so much from our youngest humans
8/25/2021 12:15:49 am
The Scientist in the Crib by Alison Gopnik is a good read for those who work with infants or seek to better understand their brain development.
7/4/2022 12:32:04 am
Thanks for this further studies. A big help for me as an educator. Actual caring and the experiences I gained in my workplace with regards to children are far more different because theories, ideas, and concepts have standards. It is very informative when I study further.
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