Learn ways to support young children with identified disabilities or suspected delays as they acquire STEAM skills. Examine effective teaching practices to help them access and explore STEAM materials and concepts.
In this webinar, learn about evidence-based instructional practices that support the development and learning of children with disabilities or suspected delays.
Watch this presentation to discover the key principles of the Teaching Pyramid Model and the Office of Head Start’s role in its development. Learn how one state is actively working to scale up the Pyramid Model across its state. Head Start programs can actively participate with other early learning partners on the program and state levels to successfully implement the Teaching Pyramid Model.
Practices to Support Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities or Suspected Delays Through Embedded Learning Opportunities
Explore recent research on the effectiveness of using embedded learning. Learn how this strategy can help to support all infants and toddlers, including those with disabilities or suspected delays.
Use Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) practices to ensure the full and effective participation of children with disabilities or suspected delays. Learn how coaches can support specific inclusive practices in their work.
Explore the issue of suspension and expulsion. Find out how it can impact children with disabilities or suspected delays. Discover strategies to prevent suspension and expulsion and promote inclusion.
Find out how to use professional development and technical assistance to support staff. Learn about ways to implement effective research-based inclusive practices.
Learn how to support peer and adult-child interactions for children with identified disabilities or suspected delays. Explore how social and emotional competence is key to early learning outcomes for all children.
In this webinar, find out about environmental modification practices. Learn how staff can make these changes to support children with suspected or identified disabilities.
Explore services for children with suspected disabilities who are not eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).