EarlyEdU in the News

EarlyEdU Alliance® members continue to change teacher preparation by putting early childhood theory and evidence-based practices into action. “Teach, Watch, Learn”, an article in Learning Professional, describes the use of video coaching in EarlyEdU college courses! Share this article with others to spread the impact of this innovative approach. Please consider joining the Early EdU Alliance®.

Family and Children's Education  (Download)

Family and Children's Education (Download)

Family and Children’s Education

In this five-minute excerpt, Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa talks about the impact of stressful family conditions on the quality of children’s education. He discusses implications for Head Start teachers, stressing the importance of helping families access the information and resources needed for their children’s success in school.

The Power of Partnerships: How to Create Meaningful Connections with Parents

The Power of Partnerships: How to Create Meaningful Connections with Parents

The Power of Partnerships: How to Create Meaningful Connections with Parents

In this 34-minute broadcast, Dr. Susan Sheridan presents information on establishing effective partnerships with parents to support young children's learning and development. She discusses the family-school partnership approach that focuses on joint construction of goals and methods and shared responsibility for child outcomes.

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Partnering with Families

This in-service suite describes ways to work in partnerships with families to facilitate ongoing child assessment. Materials for instructors include a presentation, presenter notes, videos, and handouts.

https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/video/partnering-families
These learning modules are highlights of higher education courses from the EarlyEdU Alliance®. Trainers and instructors can use these four modules for professional development or higher education classes. The modules range from one-and-half to three hours long.