Colorado SpecialQuest Birth-Five “Community Perceptions of Inclusive Practices” Facilitator Training Webinar

Recorded Date: September 14, 2010

 

Description: The "Community Perceptions of Inclusive Practices” tool supports communities in understanding the current context in which services are delivered to infants, toddlers and preschoolers with disabilities and their families in your programs and community. It is intended to be a facilitated and thoughtful review of "promising practices" for including infants, toddlers and preschoolers with disabilities and their families. 

The CPIP facilitator training is for early childhood inclusion advocates, who would like to participate in dialogue to help strengthen early childhood inclusion settings and services, build partnerships with families, and improve teaming and collaboration to better serve all children and families.

Webinar Learning Goals:

  • Become familiar with the Community Perceptions of Inclusive Practices(CPIP) process and CPIP Facilitator Resource Packet
  • Gather strategies for convening a community-wide, cross-systems team
  • Gain knowledge of effective facilitation strategies for the CPIP process
  • Consider how the CPIP process leads to planning, implementation, and evaluation of professional development activities to support inclusive practices

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