In this module, explore Practice-Based Coaching (PBC). Take a closer look at its components: collaborative partnerships, shared goals and action planning, focused observation, and reflection and feedback.
Supporting transitions can have positive effects on children and families, and collaboration is key to effective transition. Each brief in this series focuses on a different partnership level: the child and family, early educators, early care and education (ECE) programs, and ECE partners.
Recommendations to assist Head Start, child care programs, and public libraries to partner and help meet the educational needs of young children and their families.
Collaborating with other early childhood organizations that have training needs can build efficient partnerships. Head Start program staff will find this information helpful in learning how to develop relationships and how to achieve finding common ground in training ideas and practices. This resource also provides tips on how staff can identify stakeholders, build trust, and achieve stated program outcomes.
Building on Volume 3, Session 4, Building Effective Teams, this session explores the elements of effective teaming through the movie, Sister Act, starring Whoopi Goldberg (available to purchase in stores or online).