Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning

We often hear from nannies that their hours or jobs are being eliminated because the parents want to move the children into a more structured daycare or pre-school program for social and emotional development.   We know that a nanny can also provide a lot of social and emotional growth for the children in her care, but it requires some forethought and planning on the family and nanny’s part.  In our quest to continue to help nannies with tools for helping them grow as caregivers, here are some very interesting websites that offer a ton of valuable tools on how you can work with the children in your care.

 

Practical Strategies for Teachers/Caregivers: (book lists, teaching tools, and case studies)

http://www.vanderbilt.edu/csefel/resources/strategies.html

Infant/Toddler Training Modules: (training tools for addressing the needs of young children)

http://www.vanderbilt.edu/csefel/resources/training_infant.html

Guided Growth: (a resource for parents and caregivers of young children)

http://guided-growth.com/default.aspx

Social and Emotional Developmental Milestones: (article)

http://www.pbs.org/wholechild/abc/social.html

Getting Along Together: (article, book lists, do’s and don’ts)

http://www.pbs.org/wholechild/parents/getting.html

Please share with us any other developmental tools or training programs you know about!

2012-06-18T17:53:10+00:00

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