Center-based programs can use these resources to support decisions about implementing continuity of care and choosing the best type for their program.
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.
In this webinar series, federal staff share insights and information around issues related to serving children with disabilities.
One-third of the children in Head Start and Early Head Start are dual language learners (DLLs) who are learning English while also learning their home language. Virtually all of these children will code switch. In other words, they mix two or more languages in the same sentence while speaking. It is important that teachers, home visitors, and other staff understand what code switching is, the role it plays in language development, and how to respond to it.
Learn ways to help children use positive behaviors during classroom transitions..
In this session, participants consider the diverse ways that families of infants and toddlers with disabilities can be leaders in their own family with their children, in programs, and in communities.
This session draws upon the experiences of families, service providers, and administrators in preparing for and contributing to IEP meetings and in implementing IEPs.
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.
This tool helps to identify the strengths and needs of an existing play space, and serves as a basis for setting priorities and planning enhancements and improvements.
Learn how Head Start grantees and programs can use the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) to support professional development and quality improvement efforts.