Podcast: Inclusion Matters
Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.
Priscilla Weigel wraps up this three part series highlighting the CICC coaching process with guests, Dana Ellingson and Jackie Johnson, both CICC coaches. They review the coaching model and discuss the way a coaching partnership wraps up. Relationships of support are emphasized throughout the coaching process so the three converse about how those essential relationships are sustained and how the CICC Continuous Quality Improvement Plan plays a major role in building long term sustainability of new skills and strategies.(Length: 9:40)
In part two of her conversation with CICC coaches Dana Ellingson and Jackie Johnson, Priscilla Weigel asks about goal setting and mapping out the plan for success in the coaching relationship. The CICC Continuous Quality Improvement Plan is highlighted.(Length: 10:30)
Priscilla Weigel begins a three part conversation with two CICC coaches, Dana Ellingson and Jackie Johnson. They discuss the CICC coaching process in both a center-based and family child care setting and how the first connections build a supportive partnership.(Length: 10:30)
Conflict can happen when adults spend time together. What are the practices that you follow to support your teaching team when issues arise? This podcast addresses ways to create space for conversation in a respectful manner that helps clear the air so the team can function properly and positively.(Length: 11:11)
Families are an essential part of the child care community. This podcast addresses the need for clear procedures for sharing information with families, for connecting with families and for creating a sense of belonging for not just the child but for the entire family in your child care setting.(Length: 9:23)
Priscilla Weigel is joined by colleagues Beth Menninga and Brenda Lowe to continue the conversation related to creating a supportive team. The discussion centers around ways to plan for coordination and building a teamwork approach to care for young children.(Length: 9:49)