This podcast shares some of the benefits that infants and toddlers gain by spending quality time outside. It also offers some ideas for how Early Head Start staff and parents can make the most of outdoor time.
Watch this presentation that explores how a coordinated approach is implemented for each of the four areas listed in the Head Start Program Performance Standards.
Watch this audio conference that provides an overview of attachment and its importance to the healthy development of infants and toddlers.
Explore the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (NCQTL) in-service suites through the lens of active supervision! Join Jamie Sheehan from the Office of Head Start and Kristin Ainslee, host of NCQTL's Teacher Time, for a 45-minute webinar. It also includes a question and answer session.
View this webinar to explore brain and motor development as it relates to infants, very young children, their families, caregivers, and communities.
Head Start teachers often struggle to support children with challenging behavior in the classroom. This webinar will shift the focus from reaching to misbehavior to proactive planning for child’s success. This session offers strategies for teachers as well as free and accessible resources for supervisors.
Discover the important role fathers play in early childhood programs, as well as challenges they face with involvement and ways to overcome them.
Watch this brief overview of the Compendium of Parenting Interventions.
View this webinar to learn how individual staff and their agencies can build their capacity to provide high-quality early childhood health services.
Review strategies and materials specific to active supervision for infants and very young children. The 30-minute webinar includes a question and answer (Q&A) session. It is moderated by Angie Godfrey from the Office of Head Start and Laura Annunziata from the Early Head Start National Resource Center.