Webinar: Instructional Practices that Support Development and Learning for Children with Disabilities or Suspected Delays


Head Start and Early Head Start staff are in a position to have a huge impact on the lives of children with disabilities or suspected delays. Classroom and home-based supports are most effective when they are individualized to meet the needs of the children and families served. In this webinar, learn more about effective, research-based instructional practices using stories, video clip examples, and online resources.

Topics for the webinar include:

  • Evidence-based instructional practices that support the development and learning of children with disabilities or suspected delays
  • Free open-access resources that can be used to support implementation of the practices
  • How these practices align with the Head Start Program Performance Standards and the Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF)

Target Audience

  • Head Start disabilities coordinators, directors, and education managers
  • Mental health consultants
  • Education staff supporting children with disabilities or suspected delays


6/19/2018 3:00 PM - 6/19/2018 4:00 PM




Curriculum/Instructional Methods Early Childhood Evidence-Based Practice Mental Health Professional Development Professional Resources