Is a professional development resource tool developed to provide team members in programs serving pregnant women and expectant families with valuable information, strategies and best practices to deliver quality services to this population. Get it to renew your excitement and confidence and celebrate successful outcomes right from the start.
Is a practical professional development guide that support programs to maximize the positive outcomes for the child and the entire family starting during pregnancy. Reflection, creativity, confidence, quality, accountability are the building blocks of this bridge model to serve pregnant women and expectant families.
Dr. Richard answers questions from her first child about her book project. This mother-son's dialogue provides you with insightful cues about the passion, motivation and commitment behind this project.
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The "why" of engaging families is without a doubt one of the most important questions team members must answer when partnering with families. Listen to five answers, Dr. Richard shared with an audience during the 2020 Virtual Education Managers Institute hosted by the Office of Head Start National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning.
To maximize positive outcomes for expectant families and their children, the partnership with early childhood team members must start in the womb: Right From The Start: The Sooner, The Better.
Leadership is an art. An inclusive leader is one who is committed, intentional and passionate about growing his/her team members to maximize their potential in an authentic and respectful way.
The recent Covid-19 pandemic has challenged the world to find innovative and creative ways to stay connected and be productive. We have learned and have taught some great lessons through this journey. Aligning our systems and services is one of the most successful approach to enhance our virtual experience.
From the Womb , to the Classroom and Beyond early childhood staff can make a difference in pregnant women and expectant families' lives by building true partnerships leading to successful transitions from pregnancy to infancy and beyond.
Engaging parents on line requires facilitation skills to make the experience positive and productive for parents and staff. Join us to explore a pathway and practical strategies that enhance communication and engagement with families using a virtual platform.
Daily we share myriad of stories filled with a wealth of qualitative data hidden and just waiting for us to unpack them with confidence. When we are able to make meaning out of them, we can demonstrate the impact our partnerships with families and community partners have on achieving positive outcomes for children, families, communities and our programs as a whole.
Project ELASTIC: (Early Listening and Speaking to Increase Comprehension) ©® develops early listening and speaking skills to increase an understanding of one’s life's experiences and the experience of others.
The purpose of Project ELASTIC©® is to support individuals and groups such as children, students, museum staff members, teachers, faculty, support staff members, administrators, and families, English language learners, and others in learning environments. Through Project ELASTIC's ©® curriculum, individuals learn the skills, practices, and importance of speaking and listening when sharing ideas, thoughts, and experiences.
Vision: Every person has access and opportunity to increase the comprehension of life experiences and the experience of others.
Mission: Every person builds speaking and listening skills to express life experiences and understand others' experiences.
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