This month’s selection from the EarlyEdU Alliance® multimedia resources spotlights intentional teaching. These resources are available to use in your teaching or professional development activities. Access to the complete library is available to EarlyEdU members only. Please consider joining the Early EdU Alliance®.
Barbara Rogoff, PhD, discusses the influence of culture on learning and collaborating. In this excerpt, Rogoff describes a study that compared US Mexican heritage and US European heritage children on their approach to solving a common problem.
Being Culturally Responsive
What does it mean to be culturally responsive when working with children and families in early care and education? Dawn Williams and Virginia Tse encourage educators to be aware of their own biases and be open and responsive to other perspectives.
EarlyEdU Alliance® Highlights Webinar Series
|November||11/2||EarlyEdU Highlights: Coaching Companion for State Professional Development Systems|
|October||10/5||Discover Coaching Companion|
|August||8/3||Membership, Modules, and More|
|May||5/4||It Takes a Village: A Team Approach to Supporting Online Students|
|April||4/6||CEELO’s Role in Supporting an Extraordinary Professional Workforce for Young Children|
|March||3/2||Explore the Active in Interactive Learning|
|February||2/2||Modules and More|
The Highlights series returns in February 2018.
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This 15-minute in-service suite shares ways educators can make learning meaningful and relevant to young children from American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) backgrounds. Materials for instructors include a presentation, presenter notes, videos, and handouts with tips and learning activities.https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/video/making-learning-meaningful