BUILD Initiative Agenda - 2015 National Smart Start Conference

Rising to the Challenge: Building Effective Systems for Young Children and Families, a BUILD E-Book


 


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May 4, 2015

Building a State and Local Early Childhood System: Lessons Learned from the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge States

9:30 AM - What’s Race, Culture and National Origin Got to Do with It?

What’s Race, Culture and National Origin Got to Do with It PowerPoint Presentation

Immigrant and Refugee Workers in the Early Childhood Field: Taking a Closer Look

Who's Missing at the Table? Leadership Opportunities and Barriers for Teachers and Providers

10:45 AM - Kindergarten Entrance Assessment in the RTT-ELC States: An Overview and Implications for Early Learning for Children from Birth through Eight

Kindergarten Entrance Assessment in the RTT-ELC States: An Overview and Implications for Early Learning for Children from Birth through Eight PowerPoint Presentation

10:45 AM - Early Learning and Child Health: State Trends and Opportunities

Karmina Barrales PowerPoint Presentation

Paul Dworkin PowerPoint Presentation

Dana Hargunani PowerPoint Presentation

Jill Sells PowerPoint Presentation

California RTT-ELC Quality Continuum Framework

Health Project Highlights by State

10:45 AM - The Formation of an English Language Development Approach: A Case Study on California

State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

Part Two, State Profiles - State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

Part Three, DLLs Standards Rubric Spreadsheet - State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

10:45 AM - Toward Racial Equity: What Are We Learning?

Randi Wolfe PowerPoint Presentation

Albemarle Smart Start Partnership

Creating an Environment to Advance Racial Equity in Washington State’s Early Learning System

Social and Emotional Development: The Next School Reform Frontier

2:30 PM - QRIS: A Driver for System Reform

QRIS: A Driver for System Reform PowerPoint Presentation

Aligning QRIS and CCR&R Goals to Support a High Quality Early Learning System

2:30 PM - Focus on Families: States' Local Approaches

Parent-Child Relationships: Facilitating Interactions to Support Children’s Learning

Requirements for Family Engagement and Supporting Parent-Child Relationship

May 5, 2015

8:30 AM - Dual Language Learners: Closing the Gap between What We Know and What We Do

Dual Language Learners: Closing the Gap between What We Know and What We Do PowerPoint Presentation

Selected Resources Relevant to Young Dual Language Learners

State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

Part Two, State Profiles - State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

Part Three, DLLs Standards Rubric Spreadsheet - State Early Learning and Development Standards, Policies and Related Practices (DRAFT)

3:30 PM - State Early Childhood Health Equity Policy Efforts: Two Case Studies

State Early Childhood Health Equity Policy Efforts: Two Case Studies PowerPoint Presentation

Social and Emotional Development: The Next School Reform Frontier

May 6, 2015

8:30 AM - The Intersection of Early Childhood and Immigration Policy

The Intersection of Early Childhood and Immigration Policy PowerPoint Presentation

Family Unity, Family Health

The DAPA Checklist

Think of Undocumented Immigrants as Parents, Not Problems

1:30 PM - Aligning QRIS Standards, Supports and Policies to Teaching and Learning

Aligning QRIS Standards, Supports and Policies to Teaching and Learning PowerPoint Presentation

Aligning QRIS and CCR&R Goals to Support a High Quality Early Learning System

May 7, 2015

8:30 AM - Deepening Teaching and Learning with an Equity Lens

Deepening Teaching and Learning with an Equity Lens PowerPoint Presentation

Social and Emotional Development: The Next School Reform Frontier

Systems for Early Childhood - The Lead Teacher, the Program, the State: Whose Interest is Primary?