Understanding and Promoting Toddler Development
This course provides a brief overview of the physical, social, and cognitive development of children during the 12- to 36-month period of life. Participants are provided with information about early childhood developmental characteristics as well as practical applications for the classroom that foster development.
Georgia, Nevada, New York
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