March - May 2004
|1||Mary Beth Bruder|
|4||Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden|
This series of "ask the expert" calls described the various service approaches or models and training methods used across the country to improve services to young children and their families in natural environments. The first seven presenters described his/her:
- service approach and key practices
- definition of key terms
- underlying principles and major supporting research
- training, technical assistance, and materials
The eighth call provided a summary of various approaches in the context of information about adopting or adapting innovation. The presenter's name (above) links to biographical information, the presenter's PowerPoint presentation, hand-outs and other web resources. You may download and print these materials.
Audio webstreaming is available to download the recorded presentations from each presenter's page on the links above.
The OSEP Part C Settings Community of Practice is co-facilitated by the National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC) and the Southeast Regional Resource Center (SERRC).
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