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Getting In Tune: Creating Nurturing Relationships with Infants and Toddlers

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This video presents the importance of responsive caregiving and explores a process for getting in tune with infants and toddlers in a child care setting. The process consists of studying child development and temperamental differences in infants and toddlers; learning about the children's families and their cultures; developing self-awareness; and mastering the responsive process of watch, ask, and adapt. Jeree Pawl, Ph.D., and Magda Gerber, M.A., are featured.

Also included with this DVD is a DVD Booklet.
Video Length: 24 minutes
Languages Available: English, Spanish
This DVD is closed-captioned in the English and Spanish versions.
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Module(s): I Social-Emotional Growth and Socialization
Session(s):Introduction to Module I: The Philosophical Foundations of Module I
Social-Emotional Milestones, Responsive Caregiving, and Identity

Lally, J. R. (Executive Producer/Content Developer/Writer), Mangione P. L. (Content Developer/Writer), Signer, S. (Content Developer/Writer), Butterfield, G. O. (Producer/Editor), & Gilford, S. (Writer). (1990). Getting in tune: Creating nurturing relationships with infants and toddlers [DVD]. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Education.
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