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(p. 204) Strengthening the Quality of Preschool, Childcare, and Parenting 

(p. 204) Strengthening the Quality of Preschool, Childcare, and Parenting
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(p. 204) Strengthening the Quality of Preschool, Childcare, and Parenting
Author(s):

Soo-Young Hong

, Holly Hatton-Bowers

, and Lisa Knoche

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190918873.003.0011
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date: 25 January 2021

Early childhood is a critical period during which children learn to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors, develop and maintain social relationships, and interact effectively with others. In this chapter, the authors describe research-based supports for young children’s emotional well-being and positive behavior, promising strategies and interventions used in early care and education settings, the well-being of early childhood educators that impacts children’s emotional competence, and the importance of engaging families in promoting children’s emotional well-being and positive behavior. This chapter uses a systemic lens and emphasizes the importance of collaborative partnerships between parents and early childhood educators in supporting young children’s emotional well-being and positive behavior.

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