Training Type: In Person
Total Hours: 6
Using the Vermont Guiding Principles October 4, 2018
Vermont has recently developed a set of cross-sector principles for promoting positive and equitable learning and development opportunities for each and every young child and family. This Master Class will share content and resources for meaningful attention to building resilience, reducing suspension and expulsion, individualizing learning, acknowledging biases and differences, collaborating with families who are diverse, and promoting equity as part of our work in the early childhood field. National authority Dr. Rosemarie Allen will orchestrate the first segment of the day, including tools for self-reflection. In the second portion of the day Camille Catlett will introduce PowerPoints, tools, activities, assignments, and other new resources to support each participant in integrating the Vermont Guiding Principles in the work they do. Participants will be prepared to address content related to bias, prejudice, and culturally/linguistically responsive instruction in the teaching/training. Participants will be prepared to address content related to evidence-based practices for supporting children with disabilities in inclusive settings. Participants will be prepared to incorporate content related to the Vermont Guiding Principles in their teaching/training.
No food or drinks will be provided as part of the Master Class. Please bring your own or plan to purchase during the 12-1 lunch break.