About the Author:

Gigi Schweikert is a popular speaker at early childhood conferences and parenting seminars. She is the author of several books, contributes to early childhood periodicals and journals, including Children and Families, eFamily News, Northwest Baby & Child, Cricket Magazine, and Child Care Information Exchange. Gigi hosted a cable television show, Today's Family, and directed the United Nations Early Childhood Program in New York City and developed the Johnson & Johnson System of Family Centers. Her other clients include Prudential, Community Bible Study International, Bank of America, Merck, IBM, Genentech, and SC Johnson Wax.

Gigi Schweikert 's Books

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  • Being a Professional: Winning Ways for Early Childhood Professionals (Set of 3)

    Author: Gigi Schweikert

    Product Code:
    549993 (Softbound)
    ISBN:
    978-1-60554-128-0 (Softbound)

    Description & More Details

    Published by Redleaf Press Free sample chapter

    Passion for working with children is a cornerstone in your line of work, but as an early childhood professional, you also need to look the part, act the part, and keep a positive attitude. Whether it is your first day on the job or you have years of experience, professionalism is essential for success as you work with children, their families, and your colleagues. Filled with tips, self-assessments, and reflection questions to optimize your knowledge, this resource will help you present yourself as the professional that you are. Pack of 3 books, 72 pgs each.

    $21.95  
  • Prime Times, 2nd Edition: A Handbook for Excellence in Infant and Toddler Programs

    Authors: Jim Greenman, Anne Stonehouse, Gigi Schweikert

    Product Code:
    158801 (Book and CD set)
    ISBN:
    978-1-929610-90-7 (Book and CD set)

    Description & More Details



    Achieve quality care and education in your infant or toddler program with this practical guide—a sourcebook for establishing, organizing, and maintaining a quality program. This second edition includes topics such as developmental issues; infants and toddlers with special needs; staffing and staff training; creating learning and nurturing environments; establishing routines; discipline; health, nutrition, and safety policies; curriculum; partnering with parents; assessment; and program evaluation. Charts, tables, and illustrations enhance the text, and a CD-ROM offers reproducible forms, policy statements, and training handouts.

    352 pages

    $44.95  
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