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Inclusive Early Childhood Education Webinar Series

First Steps to Preschool Inclusion: How to Jumpstart Your Programwide Plan with Sarika S. Gupta, Ph.D.

Are you interested in preschool inclusion but unsure where to start? Are you curious about what preschool inclusion looks like and whether it really works? Are you wondering how to make inclusion work in your program or for your child? In this session, take your first steps toward becoming an informed consumer of preschool inclusion policies and research and learn how to work with others to make inclusion happen.

Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs with Ilene S. Schwartz, Ph.D.

This session will introduce participants to the Building Blocks framework for supporting the successful inclusion of young children.  Building Blocks is a framework for planning and providing individualized support and instruction to preschoolers with special needs within inclusive preschool classrooms and other early learning environments. The foundation of this approach is a quality early childhood program. Guidelines for assessing one's own program and making changes to create a quality program for all children will be shared.

Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Young Children: The Early Childhood Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support with Kelly Wilson, B.S.  and Janice K. Lee, M.Ed.

 Are you interested in effectively resolving challenging behaviors with young children? This session will describe the research-based approach Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Young Children. A model for developing and implementing behavior plans will be presented. Preventing challenging behaviors, teaching new skills, proactive communication, and social skills and reinforcing positive behavior will also be discussed.

Making Preschool Inclusion Work: Strategies for Supporting Children, Teachers, and Programs with Anne Marie Richardson-Gibbs, M.A.

Preschool inclusion is about more than the child’s placement in the preschool setting. This session will describe how to develop the network of creative, effective supports necessary for the child to be successful in that setting.

CARA’s Kit for Toddlers: Creating Adaptations for Routines and Activities with Suzanne A. Milbourne, Ph.D.

Rather than intervening directly with children, environment-based instruction changes the environment so that children can participate and learn. Environment-based instruction may be classroom-wide (i.e., used to support all children) or individually-designed to help a particular child be successful in typical activities and routines. This session will feature a tiered model included in CARA's Kit as a basis for making systematic and intentional decisions about the types and complexities of environment-based practices to try. 

Purchase below via Paypal (no account required).  You will receive an e-mail with the link(s) to your selected session(s) and your discount code to purchase the presenter's book from Brookes Publishing at 20% off.

Inclusive Early Childhood Education Series Webinars

Inclusive Early Childhood Education Webinar Series

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