Discover strategies leaders can use to help promote continuity of care in their state, territory, and Tribe. Explore useful resources including an assessment tool that looks at current practices.
Center-based programs can use these resources to support decisions about implementing continuity of care and choosing the best type for their program.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) Services conducted a session at the 2007 National Head Start Institute on Hispanic and Other Emerging Populations. The focus of the presentation was to discuss how Head Start and ORR can partner to serve the refugee population. This presentation can be used by program staff to further their understanding on how Head Start programs can become an effective partner in refugee resettlement.
Learn about features of the physical and social classroom environment that maximize young children's engagement and learning.
Making It Work: Implementing Cultural Learning Experiences in American Indian and Alaska Native Early Learning Settings for Children Ages Birth to 5
Making It Work is a resource that can help American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) early education staff meet school readiness goals. Learn how to use it while teaching traditional cultural skills, values, beliefs, and lifeways.
Learn how teachers can create a caring classroom community. Discover ways to model and promote positive social behaviors in the classroom.
Learn ways to help children use positive behaviors during classroom transitions..
This in-service suite describes five steps teachers can follow to generate meaningful classroom rules and teach them to children.
This in-service suite introduces the foundation of the Framework for Effective Practice. It focuses on engaging interactions and environments.
This in-service suite provides strategies for using adult support. These strategies can be used to increase the participation of children who need more support or challenge. Also, find examples that illustrate what the strategies look like in the classroom.