This training guide helps early childhood staff and program leaders in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) early learning settings implement the Making It Work (MIW) three-step process. There are many ways that staff engage with children and families. From center-based to family child care to home visiting, staff can pair the MIW three-step process with program models to integrate materials that represent the community, culturally and linguistically.
Use this presentation to facilitate a deep understanding of the MIW process and help programs develop implementation plans. Review the presenter’s notes for talking points, time frames, and handouts for each slide. Discover multiple sample agendas, including ones for trainers and participants. Use the trainer agenda that most fits the amount of time you have for the training. Find activities and handouts to help staff explore key concepts shared in the presentation.
Activities and Handouts
- Early Childhood Curriculum Scope and Sequence
- Goals and Activities Blank Form
- Goals and Activities Completed Example
- Language and Culture Matter
- The Making It Work Process Cycle
- The Making It Work Three-Step Process
- Pause and Reflect Form
- Using Scope and Sequence to Plan Responsive Learning Experiences for Infant and Toddlers
Watch the Making It Work Training Guide and Ongoing Implementation Supports webinar for more training and implementation information.
Topic:Culture and Language
Resource Type: Article
National Centers: Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning
Last Updated: February 5, 2020