Week 1 – February 7th, 2023 Theme: Intensive Intervention Infographics for Parents and Families
Are you working with a family that would benefit from a visual that could help them understand intensive intervention? The National Center on Intensive Intervention created this infographic to help families understand intensive intervention. This guide as well as an accompanying guide of questions families can ask are available in English and Spanish. https://intensiveintervention.org/resource/intensive-intervention-infographics-parents-and-families
Week 2 – February 14th, 2023 Theme: Trauma-Informed Care and the Pyramid Model For Promoting Social and Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children
Are you working with a family that might want to understand some strategies that they can suggest be implemented in the classroom to support their child who has experienced trauma? This resource may be able to help from The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations Trauma-Informed Care and The Pyramid Model For Promoting Social and Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children.
Week 3 – February 21st, 2023 Theme: Policy Statement on Expulsion and Suspension Policies in Early Childhood Settings
The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations has a vast resource library for families, teachers and leaders related to early childhood, equity, and mental health support including this policy brief on expulsion and suspension policies in early childhood settings: US Department of Health and Human Services, US Department of Education: Policy Statement on Expulsion and Suspension Policies in Early Childhood Settings
Week 4 – February 28th, 2023 Theme: Disability & Special Education Acronyms
The Progress Center, an OSEP funded TA center, offers many resources for families on the IEP process. One resource of importance is to CPIR resources that define Disability and Special Education Acronyms; available in English, Spanish, and Korean.