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Indicators and Elements of High-Quality Inclusion: State

State Indicators address key infrastructure elements across state agencies and federal programs in a state early care and education system. They are designed to support leaders in evaluating and enhancing their system of supports to local programs in the service delivery system.

Indicators and Elements of High-Quality Inclusion: Early Care and Education Environment

Early Care and Education Environment Indicators detail the critical practices to implement in early care and education environments based on evidence-based practices. They are designed to support efforts to improve classroom teaching practices and environments to maximize the access, meaningful participation, and developmental outcomes of young children with disabilities in early childhood settings.

Indicators and Elements of High-Quality Inclusion: Community

Early Care and Education Environment Indicators detail the critical practices to implement in early care and education environments based on evidence-based practices. They are designed to support efforts to improve classroom teaching practices and environments to maximize the access, meaningful participation, and developmental outcomes of young children with disabilities in early childhood settings.

Inclusive Routines in Early Care and Learning: Inclusive Routines (Session 3)

In the final webinar of this three part series, participants will explore how directors and administrators can support inclusion through responsive and joyful leadership. Directors will describe how inclusion is built across time through exploring culture; setting an inclusive mission, vision, and goals; having important conversations; and ensuring providers and teams have the professional development supports they want and need.

Inclusive Routines in Early Care and Learning: Collaborative Teams (Session 2)

Inclusion in Childcare Webinar Sept 23

In this second of three webinars, we will explore how early care and learning providers and programs can use environmental routines to engage in coaching and collaborative teaming. Participants will learn how teams can use inclusive routines to benefit children’s development, to promote provider competence and confidence in using inclusive practices, and to positively impact … Read more

Inclusive Routines in Early Care and Learning: Environments (Session 1)

Inclusion Webinar Series

This is Part 1 of a 3-part webinar series titled: Inclusion Benefits Everyone (Children, Families, Providers, and Directors) Join us as we explore how routines can be used as the foundation for including young children with and without disabilities in early care and learning environments. In this first of three webinars, we will discuss how to … Read more

Practice Improvement Tools: Instruction

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Instructional practices are a cornerstone of early intervention and early childhood special education. Teachers, other practitioners, family members, and other caregivers use instructional practices to maximize learning and improve developmental and functional outcomes for young children who have or are at risk for developmental delays/disabilities.

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