333. What Does Culturally Competent Care Look and Feel Like to Infants and Toddlers? Establishing Policies and Practices

Date: Tuesday July 12, 2016
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Grand Salon 24 (1st floor)
Speakers: Senta Green, State Capacity Building Center/Infant Toddler Specialist Network
Deborah Greenawald, State Capacity Building Center/Infant Toddler Specialist Network
Aisha Ray, Erikson Institute
Michelle Soltero, Infant Toddler Specialist Network
Detail:

From the learning environment to family engagement, cultural competence is a critical component of quality early care and learning, especially for infant and toddler caregivers. This session will examine the critical function of cultural competence in the infant toddler classroom and what it looks and feels like in high quality infant toddler care settings. We will also explore polices and program design that best support cultural competence.

Resources: application/pdf icon333WhatDoesCulturallyCompetentCare.pdf