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Collaborating for Inclusive Practices - Working Together
Working Together provides the framework for successful collaboration to provide quality inclusive opportunities for every child. Included segments of this course are: a guided self-reflection about collaboration with colleagues and others working in the early childhood setting; the defining features of inclusion, access, participation and supports, a comparison of how laws, regulations, policies and guidance related to inclusive practices are similar and different across Pennsylvania early childhood programs; and exploration of the perspectives and use of disability language.
Target Audience
Classroom teachers, early intervention staff and others working in early childhood settings across Pennsylvania programs including Head Start, Early Head Start, Pre-K Counts, Child Care, private nursery schools and Early Intervention.
Learner Outcomes

The learner will be able to:

  • discuss why collaboration with partners is necessary for the success of every child.
  • describe why access, participation and supports are important to fully include children in programs and activities in their lives.
  • discuss federal and state laws that support inclusion for all children.
  • describe the difference between “People First Language” and “Identity First Language” and how they are used to support inclusion.

Online Sessions
 Session Title
Open Until 7/26/2019 Click Here To Register 32560
Open Until 8/25/2018 Click Here To Register 32561
Open Until 9/25/2018 Click Here To Register 32562
Open Until 10/25/2018 Click Here To Register 32563
Open Until 11/25/2018 Click Here To Register 32564



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