Mommy University blog recently published a review of Alice S. Honig's, The Best for Babies. Read the blogger's interpretation of the book and how parents can become actively involved in their child's care, using Honig's Quality Care Checklist.
From the blog:
"One of the greatest resources The Best for Babies provides is a comprehensive Care Quality Checklist. This checklist covers each of the 24 categories that are thoroughly explained in this book. It provides a series of questions that can be answered while observing the educator in the classroom setting. The Care Quality Checklist is a wonderful tool for helping to determine the quality of care that is available at infant-toddler programs."
Read more about Honig's research-based strategies in The Best for Babies.