Session 5: Coaching for Equity (2/9/21)

Tuesday, February 9, 3-4:30 PM ET

Agenda to follow. Thanks to Sandy Maldonado, Casey Lafferty, and Dulari Tahbildar for planning this session.

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Session 4: Intentional Use of Technology to Support Technical Assistance (1/26/21)

Tuesday, January 26, 3-4:30 PM ET

Agenda (Thanks to Charlie Geier and Pilla Parker for planning this session.)

  1. Opening Moves: Kahoot
  2. Digging Deeper into Intentional Use of Technology
    1. 3 Discussions
      • Problem of Practice (Using Technology to Solve a Problem; Using Technology to Build Community; A Third Problem of Practice)
      • Clarifying questions
      • Small Group Discussion
      • Repeat with 2 other presenters
    2. Whole Group Debrief
  3. Closing Moves: Jamboard

Session 3: Building Bridges over Barriers (1/12/21)

Tuesday, January 12, 3-4:30 PM ET

Agenda (Thanks to Christine, Donna and Kim for planning this session!)

  1. Opening Moves 
  2. Discussion Board: Communicating in between meetings 
  3. Nested Conversations: Barriers, Bridges, Resources 
    1. Policies, Processes and Procedures
    2. Relationships
    3. Supporting Coaches
  4. Closing Moves: 10 minutes
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Session 2: Spotting the Joy in Virtual Coaching (12/15/20)

From Research to Action: Sharing the Science of Early Development

Speaker: 
Ellen Galinsky
Erin Ramsey
Dan Torres
Jackie Cowell
Cellissa Hoyt
Marty Elquist
Time: 
Tue, 10/27/2020 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Watch this Let’s Talk where we explore how an initiative focused on cutting-edge brain and developmental science can best meet your needs. Learn about the latest research as well as how two states, New Hampshire and Nevada, are using this science to address school readiness and family engagement. We also share information about the free resources the Mind in the Making and Vroom teams have created and are creating.

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