Part 1. Core principles for infant and toddler pedagogy
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Part 2. Responsiveness
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Part 3. Communication
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Part 4. Caregiving
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Part 5. Play
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Part 6. Movement
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Part 7. Approaches to infant and toddler care and education
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This lesson will be available on April 1, 2024.
Part 8. Working with families and colleagues for the best infant and toddler care
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<br>Relate learning to practice

As we come to the final parts of the course, we’d like you to spend some time gathering your thoughts about what you’ve learned about your focus child from your sensitive and careful observations of and interactions with them. What have you learned, specifically, about:

At the beginning of the course, you wrote a list of what you already knew about this child.

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What theories and approaches do you currently draw on for your infant and toddler pedagogy and practice? Have you explored the Pikler/RIETM approach or examined other cultural lenses for teaching and learning in your centre? How have these enriched and expanded practice? Do you see potential for expanding the range of theories and philosophical approaches you use?

Further reading

This guide introduces the concept of culturally responsive practice, while this resource contains a set of principles for implementing more culturally responsive practices. 

You might like to watch a webinar with Dr Jacoba Matapo, Dr Salā Faasaulala Tagoilelagi-Leota, and Dr Tafili Utumapu-McBride, about Samoan philosophies of infant and toddler care.