Explore what current research says about strategies to individualize instruction for children who are dual language learners (DLLs) who also have a disability.
Explore responsive environments and interactions that support infants and toddlers with disabilities or suspected delays as they grow and learn across the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) domains.
“Research on the Go” is a podcast that summarizes the latest research and discusses implications and practical applications. This episode focuses on supporting young children with disabilities or suspected delays.
View this video for an introduction of the 15-minute In-service Suite on differentiating leaning opportunities in early math.
Learn about the “why,” “what,” and “how” of individualizing care for infants and toddlers. Find related Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS), additional resources, and reflection questions to use with staff and other program leaders.
Learn why individualizing care is important for infants and toddlers, including dual language learners and children with disabilities.
Children with disabilities or suspected delays are children first. All children need individualized interactions and environments, along with a program culture that supports their natural differences.
In this webinar, learn about evidence-based instructional practices that support the development and learning of children with disabilities or suspected delays.
Learn how observing children is a key part of what education staff in Head Start infant toddler programs do daily. Observation involves focus, purpose, and watching and listening to learn about individual children.
Learn about ways to observe infants and toddlers—a key part of the ongoing child assessment cycle. Explore strategies to support this important component of quality infant and toddler care.