Assessing the home environment to promote infant-toddler learning within everyday family routines

Keilty, B (2020)

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Research has demonstrated the importance of assessment and intervention that focuses on the social interactions, physical features, and temporal environments of everyday family routines that make up the child’s learning environment.

The social environment is the interactions occurring between child and others, including sensitivity, consistent responsiveness, contingent responsiveness, and engagement in everyday routines. The physical environment is the inanimate features of a routine, including the environmental layout, objects and materials, and level of environmental stimulation. The temporal environment focuses on when routines and transitions occur, how long routines and transitions occur, and how slow or quick the routines and transitions progress....

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