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Reaffirming key early childhood practices during a pandemic

ECTA Center hosted a series of discussions between Spring-Summer 2020 with teachers, providers, administrators, and families from across the country and gathered supporting research. In listening to their stories, it became apparent that these times are not about new practices. Rather, they are about expanding strategies to emphasize many practices that have already proven to be effective. These key practices are presented here in four broad areas: Partnering with Families, Family-Centered Service Provision, Effective Teaming and Collaboration, and Maximizing the Use of Technology. Each area also includes a set of questions for group discussion or self-reflection. (author abstract)
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