The Four Key Roles of Family Child Care Providers: Using Videos to Promote High-Quality Programs – Webinar Series: Part I and II

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The California Department of Education, Early Learning and Care Division in partnership with WestEd’s Center for Child & Family Studies, is conducting the webinar series: The Four Key Roles of Family Child Care Providers: Using the Guidelines for Early Learning in Child Care Home Settings Videos to Promote High Quality Programs

This free webinar introduces new professional development videos that accompany the CDE publication, Guidelines for Early Learning in Child Care Home Settings (2010). In addition to highlighting the content of the videos, the presenters will discuss suggestions for integrating these resources into professional development activities with both new and seasoned family child care providers.

The Guidelines for Early Learning in Child Care Home Settings is available as a PDF in both English and Spanish.

The webinar series will be archived on pitc.org to facilitate future access.

 

PART I: Promoting Quality in Home-Based Child Care: Teacher, Caregiver, Family Partner, and Business Owner


PRESENTERS:
Crystal McClendon-Gourdine and Diane Harkins

Focuses on how the guidelines and accompanying videos illustrate and support development of the four key roles of family child care providers.


Wednesday, April 10, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST

View Part I

Part II: Promoting Quality in Home-Based Child Care: The Curriculum and the Environment


PRESENTERS:
Crystal McClendon-Gourdine and Diane Harkins

Focuses on how the guidelines and accompanying videos explain the components of a home-based curriculum, as well as considerations for creating a high-quality, nurturing environment.


Wednesday, April 17, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST

View Part II


For webinar questions, contact:
Karla de Guzman | 415.289.2305 | kdeguzm@wested.org