411. Powerful Interactions Among Adults Lead to Increased Intentionality and Quality: How Arkansas is Linking Practice to Child Outcomes
|Date:||Wednesday July 13, 2016|
|Time:||1:00 PM - 4:15 PM|
|Location:||Eglinton Winton (2nd floor)|
|Speakers:|| Diana Courson, Arkansas State University
Judy Jablon, Judy Jablon & Associates
Nichole Parks, Arkansas State University
For sustainable quality improvement, leaders need to advance educators’ effectiveness. This means improving their pedagogy and also ensuring that practitioners feel supported and appreciated. Using Powerful Interactions at all levels within a system builds a more competent, knowledgeable, and confident workforce by articulating effective instructional practices and linking them to child outcomes. This session focuses on how Powerful Interactions is supporting quality improvement in Arkansas.