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    Thanks for sharing this opportunity Sarah! I've passed along the opportunity to my graduate students (most are EI/ECSE providers) so I hope you see some of them there! ~Johanna ------------------------------ Johanna Higgins, PhD Early Childhood Special ...

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    Hello, Another resource of interest:   Early Care and Education ------------------------------ Patricia Blasco Western Oregon University Monmouth OR (503) 838-8783 ------------------------------

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    Here are two videos on on ECTA's "Provider and Educator Use of Technology" page that have some nice illustrations and descriptions; https://ectacenter.org/topics/disaster/ti-service.asp#bigwalnut https://ectacenter.org/topics/disaster/ti-service.asp#tarver ...

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    Hi Che'te:  That CSEFEL resource has changed. The best place to get their up to date resources and information is at the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations. Here is the direct link.  https://challengingbehavior.cbcs.usf.edu/ Beth ------------------------------ ...

  • Posted in: DEC Community

    Early Intervention Colleagues,  For those interested in working with infants, toddlers, and young children you should check out the Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention program.  A 9-month hybrid program that focuses on the knowledge ...

  • Posted in: DEC Community

    Early Intervention Colleagues,  For those interested in working with infants, toddlers, and young children you should check out the Georgetown University Certificate in Early Intervention program.  A 9-month hybrid program that focuses on the knowledge ...

  • Posted in: DEC Community

    We also have 2 half days that are 3 hours long and four days a week.   We are looking at a 5 day week program but it does get tricky with prep times.  We have considered bringing over our specials teachers for a day each week but that takes them away ...

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    Hello All! Do you know a child/family that was asked to leave a child care or preschool setting? We want to hear from them! We are examining the unintended consequences that caregivers experience when their child is expelled from an early care and ...

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    Hello all, Roxane from Ontario Canada asked that I post the information below:  I manage the early intervention services for children in child care in a region in Ont Canada. As we start to reopen child care through COVID19 we are exploring what inclusion ...

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    LEA already had an interagency agreement preCOVID19. Part C children transition via the Part C service coordinator referral to LEA Part B Childfind Office. Part B LEA accepts Part C evaluation(s) for consideration. Part B conducts a LEA team observation ...

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