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Where the Wild Things Are: Utilizing Music and Play to Support Self-Regulation

Dr. Anne Meeker Watson, creator of the SING.PLAY.LOVE. ® program, shares practical, fun, and easy ways to intentionally teach key skills for self-regulation and social-emotional growth. A music therapist and early childhood specialist, Anne shares songs, strategies, and stories from her extensive work "in the wild" with young children.

Teaching Expectations and Rules in Early Childhood Classrooms and Programs

This webinar shows early educators how to use behavior expectations and rules as a powerful strategy for strengthening young children’s social-emotional skills, which will lead to fewer behavior challenges down the line. You’ll learn how to establish program-wide expectations and link them to your teaching of classroom rules, while making families an integral part of the process.

Promoting Positive Family Partnerships within the Pyramid Model

Connecting and collaborating with families of young children is a critical success factor in early care and education classrooms. Discover new strategies for supporting families in this webinar, presented by three contributors to the practical guidebook Unpacking the Pyramid Model.

Supporting Early Childhood Inclusion Through Professional Collaboration Webinar

How can you provide skillful support to early childhood educators who work with young children with disabilities in inclusive settings? Find out in this chat with William McInerney & Laurie Dinnebeil, co-authors of the book A Guide to Itinerant Early Childhood Special Education Services. Join these two experts on early childhood inclusive education for an eye-opening discussion on how consultative models of service delivery can provide critical professional support—and make inclusion a success in your program.

From Classroom to Zoom: How Early Childhood Special Educators Can Support Families Virtually Webinar

What do you do when you enter the homes of children and families not in person, but through a device? This timely presentation will focus on supporting partnerships in virtual settings between families and classroom-based teachers—including child care providers, Head Start teachers, and preschool teachers. Early childhood experts Robin McWilliam & Cami Stevenson offer critical insights on how families and professionals can work together during individual calls using technology available to both parties. Join this essential chat to learn new strategies and exchange ideas with fellow professionals!