Explore strategies on working with families with complex needs.
Explore the six phases and seven steps of goal-setting with families through a case scenario.
Learn ways to update school readiness goals to align with the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF). Find out how to identify child assessment data to measure progress.
Teachers know and understand the broad range of content areas and the developmental expectations (i.e., social and emotional, cognitive, expressive and receptive language, motor, adaptive, and English language development) appropriate for young children as outlined by the Head Start Early Learning Framework. Teachers consider what they want children to know, understand, and be able to do using the five essential domains.
The goals of the Head Start training are to develop skills and practices for developing strong relationships with families in order to help families identify and set goals.
Strong, healthy families give their children the best chance at success in school and in life. The Family Goal-Setting Guide explores how strong partnerships can positively influence the goals families set in the Family Partnership Process.