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Learn about the benefits of, challenges to, and strategies for effective interactions among the adults involved in the education of students with learning differences.

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Explore the impact of COVID-19 on FCC programs, how to observe mixed-age settings, and general considerations for using CLASS in an FCC program.

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Learn new solutions to help your teachers get the on-demand and distanced professional development support they need.

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Learn practical, research-based strategies to promote equitable teaching so that every child can experience life-changing teaching interactions.

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Drawing from well-known early childhood approaches, the Principles of Ideal Learning outline core concepts that form the foundation of high-quality early childhood education. But what does Ideal Learning look like in socially distanced or virtual learning settings? Hear from experts and gain practical advice for educators and leaders.

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Get helpful tools and experiences to build resilience and support your well-being. Enhance your emotional awareness and compassion for both your own self-care and the care and nurturing of others.

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Explore meaningful remote coaching using the myTeachstone platform. You will learn strategies on ways to plan, launch, and implement coaching using myTeachstone to support remote coaching.

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Helpful strategies and resources to aid teachers as they support parents during COVID-19

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On-Demand: Learn a framework for understanding resilience and work on building your “resilience lens.”

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On-Demand: Learn strategies for overcoming challenges to creating positive relationships with learners.

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On-Demand: Explore the reality of racism, white privilege, and implicit bias in learning settings.

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On-Demand: How traumatic experiences can impact children’s behavior and what we can do as adults to support these children.