This document is intended for use by Management Officers, Community Liaison Office Coordinators, and Embassy/Consulate community members looking to create a child care program at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate overseas.
Setting Up for Infant/Toddler Care: Guidelines for Centers and Family Child Care Homes; by Annabelle Godwin and Lorraine Schrag. 91 pages, includes job descriptions, staffing schedules, budgets, and discussion of family care systems and satellite child care homes. Order from the http://www.naeyc.org web site.
Tools for Teaching Developmentally Appropriate Practice; by NAEYC. Video, these videos communicate the key concepts of good early childhood practice. Used in staff development sessions, and to gain an understanding of the core content of the early childhood knowledge base. Order from the http://www.naeyc.org web site.
Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs; editors Sue Bredekamp and Carol Copple. 182 pages, spells out the principles underlying developmentally appropriate practice and guidelines for classroom decision making. Order from the http://www.naeyc.org web site.
Child Care Board of Directors Resource Guide; General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service. http://www.gsa.gov
Caring for Our Children, National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Out-of-Home Child Care Programs; a joint collaborative project of the American Public Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. American Public Health Association Publication Sales Department 5037 Washington, DC 20061-5037 http://nrc.uchsc.edu/national/index.html#TOP
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