Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum rich in content and wide-ranging and diverse experiences and activities to promote the learning and development of African American boys.
In this 15-minute In-service Suite, learn how education staff can implement a curriculum responsive to individual children's interests.
This 15-minute In-service Suite describes how education staff can implement a curriculum that is responsive to children's development and learning.
In this video, learn about the specific learning that happens when infants and toddlers engage in messy play. Find out about effective practices staff can use to manage the mess while also managing the classroom.
Discover the ways to support children as they notice differences and similarities in the world around them. Learn how to by talk to them about what they observe as a learning strategy.
Watch this short video to explore basic principles of child development. This information can help staff as they support and individualize care for infants and very young children.
Play is an important part of learning across the early childhood years. In this webinar, learn how play builds critical cognitive and behavioral skills across the birth to age 5 years. Find out what play looks like for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) is a term often used when talking about young children, but what does it really mean? This edition of News You Can Use explores the meaning behind DAP and working with infants and toddlers. Head Start, Early Head Start, and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start programs will find the real-life scenarios informative, and will enjoy a closer look at the foundational role relationships play in DAP.