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Judy Herr, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Early Childhood Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Dr. Herr is a member of numerous early childhood organisations such as NAEYC, and has held leadership positions in these organisations. She is also a frequent lecturer at early childhood conferences and seminars and has published many articles and books on early childhood topics.

Terri Jo Swim, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Programme Director of Early Childhood Education at Indiana University-Purdue University in Fort Wayne (IPFW). She has been in the field of early childhood education for over 15 years. She has worked in private child care centres, university-based laboratory infant/toddler and preschool programmes, and summer camps with children ages birth to 13 years. Terri is also the co-author of CREATIVE RESOURCES FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS, 2nd Edition (Cengage Learning), with Dr. Judy Herr. Current research interests include infant-toddler and preschool curriculum, Reggio Emilia, documentation, and teacher education.

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Introduction. Promoting Optimal Development in Infants. Birth to Three Months. Four to Six Months. Seven to Nine Months. Ten to Twelve Months. Promoting Optimal Development in Toddlers. Thirteen to Eighteen Months. Nineteen to Twenty-Four Months. Twenty-Five Months to Thirty Months. Thirty-One to Thirty-Six Months. References. Appendix.

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Judy Herr, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Early Childhood Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Dr. Herr is a member of numerous early childhood organizations such as NAEYC, and has held leadership positions in these organizations. She is also a frequent lecturer at early childhood conferences and seminars and has published many articles and books on early childhood topics. Terri Jo Swim, Ph.D., is professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Studies at Indiana University-Purdue University in Fort Wayne (IPFW). She has taught in higher education institutions for nearly 20 years, and has worked in private child care centers, university-based laboratory infant/toddler and preschool programs, and summer camps with children ages birth to 13 years. She was also the co-editor of THE HOPE FOR AUDICITY: RECAPTURING OPTIMISM AND CIVILITY IN EDUCATION. Her current research interests include infant-toddler and preschool curriculum, Reggio Emilia, documentation, and teacher education.

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Introduction. Promoting Optimal Development in Infants. Birth to Three Months. Four to Six Months. Seven to Nine Months. Ten to Twelve Months. Promoting Optimal Development in Toddlers. Thirteen to Eighteen Months. Nineteen to Twenty-Four Months. Twenty-Five Months to Thirty Months. Thirty-One to Thirty-Six Months. References. Appendix.

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