Family services, parent involvement, and other social services staff may use this resource to design programs to help young children cope with traumatic events.
Mentors and prospective students will benefit from this insight on elders who have reached a point in their careers where they want to mentor and give back while continuing to grow and learn themselves.
This guide is designed to help Head Start and Early Head Start (EHS) leaders better use consultants to bring lasting change and quality improvement to their programs.
Establishing mentor-protégé relationships in the workplace may improve teaching practices and professional development efforts. Potential mentors may find this information useful to engage and communicate successfully to a protégé.
Distance learning is relatively new to professional development in the field of early childhood education. This resource provides prospective students and instructors information about distance learning from both student and faculty perspectives. This discussion highlights effective practices that support successful professional development opportunities offered on-line.
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Child care health consultants are health professionals who know about child health, child development, and health and safety in child care settings.
The program should have a written plan for reporting and managing any incident or unusual occurrence that is threatening to the health, safety, or welfare of the children, staff, or volunteers. Caregiver/teacher and staff training procedures should also be included.
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These short videos provide examples of how to use MI strategies in everyday conversations between staff and families. Staff can use these videos to identify skills to enhance their relationships with families.