Find problem and develop a solution:
- Problem: forgot to record data Solution: have a checklist or ask an assistant to remind you to record
- Problem: the baby is hot and thus uncomfortable. Solution: place a quiet fan behind the baby
- Problem: the other is stressed out Solution: prep the parent before the study and make sure that the parent is informed about what is going on
- Problem: there is a light behind the window that is distracting to the baby Solution: cover the window with a towel
List of relevant talks this month:
EARLY LITERACYWhen it comes to art projects for toddlers, it’s all about the process, not the product. Parents and caregivers are invited to join us as we discuss ways to engage children under 4 in creative activities that will nurture development and early learning skills. We’ll try out some projects together and send you home with ideas for more art activities to share with your child. Mon, March 13
@ 10:30 a.m.
HE ARNOLD PFEFFER CENTER FOR NEUROPSYCHOANALYSIS An Integrative Model of Autism Spectrum DisorderSaturday, March 4, 2017
Presenter: William Singletary, M.D.
Discussant: Maggie Zellner, Ph.D.
Education Coordinators Webinar Series: The Planned Language Approach
The Planned Language Approach (PLA) is a comprehensive, research-based, and coordinated program-wide approach to providing optimal language and literacy services for ALL children, including dual language learners. This session is intended for education coordinators who are new to PLA or who would benefit from a refresher on the PLA resources.
· Overview of the Planned Language Approach
· Exploration of the online PLA materials on the ECLKC
March 28, 2017 3 p.m ET – 4 p.m ET