From All to Each and Every: Resources and Practices for Supporting Children of Diverse Cultures, Languages, and Abilities and their Families

From All to Each and Every: Resources and Practices for Supporting Children of Diverse Cultures, Languages, and Abilities and their Families

National guidance, frameworks, and world challenges like COVID-19 are motivating action to shift the ways in which individual, program, organization, and state practices incorporate practices that support each and every child and family. This virtual session will summarize why these shifts are so important, then focus on effective strategies for addressing the shifts. The presenter will offer free resources for addressing equity, diversity, and inclusion and share evidence-based tools for self-reflection, family engagement, and quality, even within the context of the pandemic. A session website will provide participants with access to free resources for applying session content and ideas. 


Presenter: Camille Catlett, Research Scientist

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Date Time Session Instructor Facilitator Venue
Fri, Oct 23, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 2 hours Session Camille Catlett Online through North MS Education Consortium (NMEC)
$0.00