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    • CD 30
      Section 1417
      Dr. Wendy Bass
      Lihe Wu
    • Ten Principles Based
      On a Philosophy of Respect
    • Interactions
      Reciprocal
      Responsive
      Respectful
      Three Rs
    • Principle One
      Involve Infants and
      Toddlers in Things
      That Concern Them
    • Involving
      Infants are not just the recipients of caregivers’ actions, they are the participants in what happen to them.
    • Principle Two
      Invest in Quality
      Time
    • Wants-something quality time
      Wants-nothing quality time
    • Principle Tree
      Learn Each Child’s
      Unique Ways Of
      Communicating and
      Teach Yours
    • Body Language
      Children learn the rudiments of culturally based nonverbal communication from adults in their lives, as well as creating their own body language that is specific to them
    • Principle Four
      Invest Time and
      Energy to Build a
      Total Person
    • Principle Five
      Respect Infants and
      Toddlers as
      Worthy People
    • Respect is
      in the detail
      Video
      Click here
    • Principle SixBe Honest About Your Feelings
      Principle Seven Model the Behavior You Want
      to Teach
    • Principle Eight
      Recognize Problems as
      Learning Opportunities and
      Let Infants and Toddlers
      Try to Solve Their Own
    • Scaffolding:
      Adults keep a constant eye out for a child who is in a situation in which there is a potential for learning.
    • Principle Nine
      Build Security
      by Teaching Trust
    • Principle Ten
      Be Concerned About the
      Quality of Development
      in Each Stage
    • Normal Range for Gross Motor Development
    • Thank You