Early Childhood Education
Participants will be introduced to the Program Administration (PAS) tool that introduces a scoring system, giving the opportunity to have "mock" score scenarios, and use the PAS tool to conduct a self-assessment of their own program. An additional focus on visionary leadership, and the five traits of inspirational leaders will be presented. Participants will have the opportunity to identify their leadership style and implications for an early education setting.
Join with experts in family engagement and anti-bias education in this active workshop as we consider how to communicate anti-bias education principles and practices to families and practice strategies to engage in the sometimes difficult conversations required to partner with families around anti-bias values.
The Marin County Office of Education Early Childhood Education Department presents two Equity, Social Justice, and Anti-Bias workshop series:
- The two remaining Saturday Workshops (Spanish translation available) in this series will be held March 16, 2019 and May 18, 2019
- The two remaining Affinity Group Workshops in this series will be held February 13, 2019 and April 3, 2019
The Marin County Office of Education Early Childhood Education Department presents two WestEd Teaching Pyramid Framework workshops:
- Leadership Teams - workshops remaining in this series will be held March 29, May 10, and May 31, 2019
- Leadership Teams and Staff (Spanish translation available) - workshops remaining in this series will be held March 30, and May 11, 2019
California Preschool Learning Foundations & Curriculum Frameworks, V.3 - Becoming a Community Member (Civics): Counting on Community - April 4, 2019
Participants will gain an understanding of key concepts while engaging in developmentally appropriate, hands-on activity.
This training examines trauma through a lens of equity and social justice. We discuss systematic oppression, racial equity, implicit bias, and the importance of culturally responsive TIP practices in work with children, families, and communities. Participants learn strategies for supporting young children's social emotional competence and develop awareness about policies and practices that prevent suspension, expulsion, and inequitable discipline practices that disproportionately and negatively impact young children of color.