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Dr. Alice Honig's Thirtieth Annual Quality Infant/Toddler Caregiving Workshop

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This national workshop is designed to help people seeking an understanding of infant development and practical training in infant caregiving. The workshop is based on research and theory in the areas of social-emotional, cognitive, motor, sensory, and language development.

Location

Syracuse University Syracuse, NY
Canada

This national workshop is designed to help people seeking an understanding of infant development and practical training in infant caregiving. The workshop is based on research and theory in the areas of social-emotional, cognitive, motor, sensory, and language development. The use of daily routines as opportunities for loving and learning experiences and for gaining competence will be emphasized. Developmentally appropriate toys and games are demonstrated.

The workshop demonstrates the necessity of integrating the different developmental domains so that caregivers may see and interact with the whole child. The small cues infants give to caregivers are explored in order to sensitize caregivers to appropriate strategies for interaction. Practical applications of lectures include observations and interactions with infants. A variety of infancy videos and films are shown.

Contact email: 
qic@uc.syr.edu
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