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Core Knowledge and Competencies (CKC)

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This opening session of the 2019 Virtual Infant/Toddler & School-Age Child Care Institute addressed the importance of using a racial equity lens in quality initiatives to support children across the age continuum....

Explore this brief to learn about a set of resources designed to help build knowledge and strengthen practices for implementing family engagement. They may be used to support professional development for early childhood and school-age care and education professionals.

The Child Care State Capacity Building Center (SCBC) Infant/Toddler Specialist Network hosted a series of 1-hour Hot Topic Webinars on the 3rd Wednesday of each month beginning on March 21 and running through September 19, 2018.

Early childhood professionals need to engage families in positive, goal-oriented relationships. The Relationship-Based Competencies (RBCs) to Support Family Engagement Series upholds that goal.

The fourth in the State Capacity Building Center Infant/Toddler Specialist Network's 2018 Hot Topic series, this webinar provides information and resources to assist technical assistance and professional development practitioners who support FCC providers as they care for mixed-age grou

The following resources were presented as part of the "Raising the Bar on Quality" sessions at the 2015 State and Territory Administrator's Meeting:

The Infant Toddler Consultant Self-Assessment Tool (Self-Assessment Tool) is designed for consultants from all disciplines (health, mental health, education, social services, etc.) who work in any setting that provides services to infants, toddlers, and their families, or who provide support to...

Professional development (PD) systems are made up of connected services and supports with a common goal to build an effective workforce. To raise quality and retain effective educators, PD systems can combine promising PD and workforce strategies at the practitioner, program, and system levels...

This document provides an overview of Wisconsin’s evaluation of its Infant/Toddler and Administrator Credentials. Information is provided in four sections: Background, Methods, Initial Findings, and Summary.

This self-assessment tool can help leaders examine current practices and consider how best to promote continuity of care in their State/Territory. Areas to examine include subsidy policies, licensing regulations, quality rating and improvement systems, and professional development.