In this webinar, the All Our Kin partnership team shares their experiences as one of the 22 teams from the Early Head Start for Family Child Care Demonstration Project. The team discusses working to increase quality through partnership at the state level.
Discover ways to establish effective partnerships with parents to support young children's learning and development.
Head Start programs must meet the Head Start Program Performance Standards on medication administration. View this webinar to learn how to develop a system. Programs will always have children who need medicine administration, so it is critical to have a process in place.
Find out how staff can partner with fathers to best support their children’s school readiness. Research shows that engaged fathers can have significant positive effects on their children’s cognition, language, and social and emotional development in the preschool years.
Explore ways to support fathers in your program through effective community partnerships. Learn about the types of community connections that can support paternal well-being.
In this webinar, learn more about relationship-based strategies and effective ways to engage fathers in your program. Find your starting point in making improvements to program environments.
Hear from other Head Start and Early Head Start programs around the country about their experiences with parent, family, and community engagement data and the four data activities.
Explore the third and fourth data activities. Aggregate, disaggregate, and analyze data across time to learn more about the progress families and children are making. Learn strategies for sharing data with different stakeholders.
Dive into the first and second data activities. Learn how to align goals, objectives, and services with related family outcomes from the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework. Find out how to develop data collections plans to gather data you trust.
Explore 10 classroom approaches that focus on enhancing children's social and emotional competence, as well as eight parent-focused interventions.