Escuche a nuestra entrenadora de CICC, Karina Pliego Vergara, describir la forma en que el coaching gratuito de CICC puede mejorar y apoyar el trabajo que realiza como educador de la primera infancia para brindar atención de calidad a todos los niños.
Listen as our CICC Coach, Karina Pliego Vergara describes the way CICC free coaching can enhance and support the work you do as an early childhood educator to provide quality care for all children.(Length: 10:54)
Keeping children safe while they are playing in their early childhood setting is key to quality care. Listen as we welcome Sarah Hawley, Child Care Health Consultant and Public Health Nurse. She gives essential tips to consider when you are preparing and maintaining your play spaces and shares strategies to lessen injuries, keep children and staff safe, and provide positive outdoor or indoor large muscle play.(Length: 22:56)
Our guest, Public Health Nurse Sarah Hawley from Minnesota Child Care Health Consultants, joins Inclusion Matters for another episode, this time focusing on safe and healthy naptime routines, policies, and practices. Sleep is essential for overall good health of the child and the whole family. Listen and gain resources and tools to support quality sleep for young children while in child care.(Length: 22:22)
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)