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Professional Development Tools to Improve the Quality of Infant and Toddler Care: A review of the literature

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The literature review report for the Professional Development Tools to Improve the Quality of Infant and Toddler Care (Q-CCIIT PD Tools) project summarizes the state of the field, highlighting the most promising methods and approaches for enhancing caregiver interactions with young children, particularly caregivers serving infants and toddlers, those with limited education, and those in home-based and family child care (FCC) settings. The review is not exhaustive; instead, it identifies the professional development (PD) resources and components most pertinent to the development of new PD tools and the project's conceptual framework. We begin by offering an introduction to the report that describes the methodology used to identify and screen studies included in the review (Chapter I), and provide contextual information relevant to the review (Chapter II). We then provide a summary of key findings from the literature (Chapter III) and conclude by suggesting implications of the findings (Chapter IV). (author abstract)
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