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Povider management of child stress behavior in family daycare homes: Scaffolding for learning and development by developmentally appropriate practice
Journal of Genetic Psychology
  • C Y Chang
  • Ann Marie Berghout Austin, Utah State University
  • K Piercy
Document Type
Article
Publisher
Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Publication Date
1-1-2006
DOI
10.3200/GNTP.167.2.159-177
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Abstract
Six children (5 boys, 1 girl; aged 36-60 months) participated in this qualitative study. Each child was enrolled in a different family child care facility. The authors rated the child care providers in 3 of the facilities as using developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) most of the time and rated the providers in the 3 other facilities as rarely or never using DAP. They also examined provider management of children's stress behaviors. The authors observed less active and passive stress behaviors in the high-DAP facilities than in the low-DAP facilities. The authors discuss the results with regard to the distinctively different day care culture found in high-DAP facilities versus low-DAP facilities and the implications for practice.
Citation Information
Provider management of child stress behavior in family daycare homes: Scaffolding for learning and development by developmentally appropriate practice. Chang, C-Y., Austin, A.M.B., & Piercy, K. , Journal of Genetic Psychology, 167(2), 159-177.