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Start Early Webinar Series on Instructional Leadership Part III

Part III: Exploring the Essentials of Ambitious Instruction and Teacher Collaboration

Start Early, in partnership with the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administrations for Children and Families, Office of Head Start, released the final part of its 3-part webinar series on “Instructional Leadership.” The webinar, “Exploring the Essentials of Ambitious Instruction and Teacher Collaboration,” explores the following topic areas:

  • The Essential Practices of Educare (formerly known as Educare Best Practices Training)
  • Focused teaching cycle
  • Data utilization
  • How implementing effective teaching practices leads to improved child outcomes

Presenters Include:

Amanda Stein

Amanda Stein
Director, Research and Evaluation

Jessica Haremza Diop
Early Childhood Practice Consultant

Start Early Professional Development

From core knowledge-building courses to intensive fellowships, professional development from Start Early is the gold standard for high-quality early childhood education, driving better outcomes for children and families across the U.S.

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