Developmentally Appropriate Practice (Reaching and Teaching Students Where They Are)

Excellence in education is promoted when evidenced based practices are implemented in ways that are culturally, developmentally, and functionally appropriate for all students. Early learners who are multilingual, have a disability, have advanced ability or who are twice exceptional make up the diverse populations included in our early learning environments.  The interactive professional learning opportunity will help participants identify tools to help them work smarter not harder to reduce learning gaps and increase achievement for early learners in a variety of remote early learning environments.

(Webinar 2 in a series of 5)

For those that attend this webinar, a one hour “Table Talk” with Dr. Antoinette Taylor will be held on 10/21/20 from 4:00-5:00 for participants to have real time conversations that promote seeking and sharing of wisdom across the Early Childhood Education and Care Community. Together we will create a blueprint for building sustainable, evidenced based, high quality Early Childhood Education and Care practices. ISBE credit will be given for this Zoom session. A link to register for this private event will be provided after completion of this webinar.

Gateways Topic: Curriculum - Preschool
Gateways Content Areas: (D) Curriculum or Program Design
Gateways CDC Content Area: (2) Physical/Intellectual

Audience
Administrators/Coordinators/Directors/Principals
Home Visitors
Parent Educators/Family Specialists
Teacher Assistants/Paraprofessionals
Teachers
Topic
CUR = Curriculum
Levels of learning
Introductory

Upcoming Sessions

Event ID Status Details Supporting Materials
218007028 New
4pm - 5:30pm

1.5-Hour Webinar

Instructor: Dr. Antoinette Taylor

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