Rocking and Rolling: Why Teaching Infants and Toddlers is Important
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Allyson Dean, EdD, is a senior content specialist for ZERO TO THREE and has worked in various roles to provide technical assistance to states on infant and toddler professional development and policy issues. Allyson recently served as the content lead for the development of Early Educator Central: Pathways for Credentials and Degrees for Infant Toddler Educators, a project jointly funded by the Ofice of Head Start and the Ofice of Child Care. email@example.com
Linda Groves Gillespie, MS, is a senior training, technical assistance, and engagement specialist at ZERO TO THREE, where she has worked for 13 years in several different positions. Linda has worked in the field of early education for the past 40 years, providing professional development about the importance of the first three years of life. Additionally, she has written many articles and was one of the authors of Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect: Parent/Provider Partnerships in Child Care. She currently supports the work of the Healthy Steps Project and the Center for Training Services. firstname.lastname@example.org