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Jennifer Ridgeway - Family Business : 30 Years of Innovative Child Care book DOC, FB2, TXT

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An illustrated presentation of Patagonia's groundbreaking 30-year experiment with the impact of high-quality, corporate-sponsored child development on sustainable and responsible business, as well as the nurturing of well adjusted, empathetic, responsible kids into adults. This fully illustrated, information-packed primer presents irrefutable evidence, in words and pictures, that businesses that sponsor high-quality child development programs not only have happier, harder-working employees, but they also nurture astonishingly well adjusted, responsible children. Using thousands of photos to illustrate the time-honored RIE philosophy of child development, parents will learn not only the most innovative ways to help their children develop into adults, but using the extensive examples provided in the book, they will be able to evaluate any child-development program. Finally, other corporations will find guidance for both how and why to sponsor high-quality, on-site child development centers., Our love of wild and beautiful places and our determination to save them began outside. We want the same for our children. This visual guide illustrates why Patagonia's on-site child care center is a key component of our corporate mission and why providing high quality on-site child care to working families is essential. In safe and engaging environments we support unstructured play where our children learn hand-eye coordination, balance and mental agility. Anything that canbe done indoors is better learned outdoors where physical strength, creativity and confidence develop. True to Patagonia's climbing roots we encourage risk as the children learn and grow in an atmosphere of trust. This book is the visual story of how one corporation provides the support working families need to preserve American ingenuity that begins in early childhood., This visual guide illustrates why Patagonia s child development center is a key component of the company s mission and demonstrates to the business community the many benefits of providing high quality, onsite childcare to working families. In hundreds of photographs supported with text, Patagonia presents the basic tenets of its child- and family-centered philosophy. Anchored by the careful nurturing of child development and geared for children aged two months to nine years, the center encourages risk-taking and struggleboth in keeping with Patagonia s climbing-roots history. Learn how the company created a safe, engaging environment for children that promotes unstructured play and emphasizes outdoor learninga place where children spend more than half their time out-of-doors. ", Written to inspire other corporations to offer onsite child care, this visual guide illustrates why Patagonia's child development center is a key component of the company's mission. In hundreds of photographs supported with text, Patagonia presents the basic tenets of its child- and family-centered philosophy. Anchored by the careful nurturing of child development and geared for children aged two months to nine years, the center encourages risk-taking and struggle -- both inkeeping with Patagonia's climbing-roots history. Learn how the company created a safe, engaging environment for children that promotes unstructured play and emphasizes outdoor learning -- a place where children spend more than half their time out-of-doors.

Family Business : 30 Years of Innovative Child Care by Jennifer Ridgeway download book DJV, TXT

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