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Infants, toddlers and poverty: References for course developers

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The following resource is designed to help higher education faculty who are creating infant-toddler coursework for non-traditional students and are seeking materials related to poverty. Following a brief explanation of the Know-See-Do-Improve framework, this document provides references, followed by summaries of articles and a listing of books that include content about infant/toddlers growing up in poverty. This is not an exhaustive list of references, but a guide to help think about what content to include when designing coursework. The articles are organized by two content areas--poverty and infant-toddler development and poverty and infant-toddler early childhood education--which are tied to the 2010 NAEYC Standards for Initial & Advanced Early Childhood Professional Preparation Programs. (author abstract)
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