Comprender y promover el desarrollo del niño pequeño
En este curso aprenderá acerca de las características distintivas del desarrollo de la primera infancia en niños desde los doce hasta los treinta y seis meses de edad, a menudo referidos como niños pequeños. El curso proporciona una visión general del desarrollo en todos los dominios de crecimiento y aprendizaje. El objetivo del curso es aumentar la comprensión de los cuidadores sobre los desafÍos y logros alcanzados durante esta etapa de desarrollo, así como las estrategias que pueden implementar para apoyar a los niños en el entorno de aprendizaje temprano.
Georgia, Nevada, New York
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