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Professional Development Packages

These flexible, user-friendly PD packages, also known as 15-minute in-service suites, are designed to increase knowledge and implementation of effective teaching practices. They are intended to be used for adult learning opportunities that last a half day or less, and can be modified based on your audience and available time.

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Activity Matrix for Infants and Toddlers

Prepare to use an activity matrix to create and implement individualized activities and work toward positive outcomes for infants and toddlers.

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Curriculum Modifications for Infants and Toddlers

Explore the ways in which simple curriculum modifications can boost progress toward individual goals and outcomes for infants and toddlers.

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Embedded Learning Opportunities for Infants and Toddlers

Prepare to create meaningful learning opportunities out of daily routines and activities with the resources in this brief training suite.

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Gathering and Embedding Families' Funds of Knowledge

Honor and support families in their role as their child's first teacher using the strategies introduced in this training.

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IEP Basics

Build knowledge about Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) with this comprehensive overview training.

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Inclusion Basics: Membership

Foster belonging for young children with disabilities in inclusive early childhood settings, with support from this range of resources for educators and supervisors.

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Individualizing

Learn about individualizing—one of the key elements of the HSCI framework for effective practice—to support individual learning outcomes and goals for children with disabilities.

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Routines-Based Planning for Infants and Toddlers

Begin to leverage daily routines and transitions using the practice of routines-based planning, outlined in this brief training.

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Supporting Early Literacy: Fostering Family Involvement

Explore this training to discover strategies for boosting early literacy development through family engagement.

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Supporting Early Literacy Through Universal Design and Assistive Technology

Prepare to engage children with disabilities who are linguistically diverse in language and literacy development opportunities, with this set of practical tools and resources.

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Zoning

Get ready to implement zoning, a method for increasing educator impact and efficiency in inclusive early childhood settings, introduced in this set of training materials.

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