may be children in your toddler room who have just learned to walk
or who need more challenges as they are approaching preschool age. Your
role as a teacher is to help each toddler thrive, regardless of classroom
placement. Who Should Read and Use the Understanding
Toddlers and Twos Workbook?
Understanding Toddlers and Twos is intended for anyone who works with or is
thinking about working with toddlers and anyone who works with adults who
works with toddlers:
Veteran Educators Those who never tire of being with toddlers, have been
toddler teachers for life, and can honestly claim, “I love them all,” even the
ones about whom most of us give a little sigh of relief when they are absent.
New Teachers Those of you who have just started working with toddlers and
often question, especially in the midst of the children constantly pushing the
chairs around and toddling about with endless energy, “What am I doing here?”
Career Seekers Those who are considering becoming toddler teachers. The
early childhood field needs trained, enthusiastic, active individuals to care for
and educate toddlers.
College Students Adult students in early childhood programs in colleges
Trainers Early childhood professionals facilitating seminars and workshops.
Professors Academics teaching adult students in early childhood programs
in colleges and universities.
Program Supervisors Directors and other administrators who want to
better support and train the staff in their toddler program.
Stressed-out Teachers Those of you who are burning out or giving in and
need some new ideas and encouragement for your toddler programs. Toddler
teachers tend to burn out quickly.
Parents Parents of toddlers, who in today’s complicated world need support
and advice on guiding their children.