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Title: MAP to Inclusion and Belonging


1
MAP to Inclusion and BelongingMaking Access
Possible
  • Website Tour October 10, 2012
  • 1200 pm and 400 pm
  • Cindy Arstein-Kerslake, Stephanie Castillo and
    Alejandro Castillon
  • WestEd Center for Child and Family Studies

2
Overview
  • What resources do you need to support inclusion?
    (Enter questions in the Chat Box)
  • Orientation to the Map to Inclusion and Belonging
    Project and Web Site
  • Resources and projects supported or developed by
    MAP
  • County specific resources
  • New resources and links to other sites
  • Comments and poll

3
Overview Chat Box
  • At the top of your screen, move your cursor over
    the green control tab, as shown
  • On the opened control panel, select Chat to
    open the chat box.
  • We ask that you enter any questions you may have
    into this box. Please send messages to Stephanie
    Castillo (Comments Questions) to ensure your
    question is seen by the presenter.

4
What resources do you need to support inclusion?
  • Please use the Chat box to let us know your
    primary area of interest or most pressing
    question regarding inclusion.

5
MAP to Inclusion BelongingMaking Access
Possible
  • Funded by the Child Development Division of the
    California Department of Education (CDD/CDE) with
    quality improvement funds
  • Currently operated by WestEd Center for Child and
    Family Studies
  • Project originally started from a federal project
    in 1998, continued with CDD/CDE funding
  • Website developed in 2004 updated regularly

6
MAPs Purpose
  • Primarily geared toward providing resources to
    support child care providers in implementing
    inclusive practices for children with
    disabilities from birth to 21 years of age in
    their programs
  • Provides comprehensive resources related to
    children with disabilities useful to families and
    professionals
  • Actively seeks to meet the needs of all
    stakeholders welcome suggestions, questions and
    input

7
Where to Find MAP
  • Go to www.CAinclusion.org
  • Click on the MAP logo
  • Youll arrive at the Welcome page with the
    complete menu

8
www.CAinclusion.org
9
Welcome Inclusion is more than the presence of
children with disabilities or other special needs
in early childhood settings or afterschool
programs it really is all about belonging. As
stated so eloquently by Norman Kunc... It's All
About Belonging When inclusive practice is
fully embraced, we abandon the idea that children
have to become normal in order to contribute to
the world. Instead, we search for and nourish the
gifts that are inherent in all people. We begin
to look beyond typical ways of becoming valued
members of the community, and in doing so, begin
to realize the achievable goal of providing all
children with an authentic sense of
belonging.--Norman Kunc (1992) www.normemma.com
10
MAP Project Resources
  • Found at the top of the blue menu
  • CA CSEFEL
  • County Activities
  • Hot Topics
  • Inclusion Works!
  • MAP Training PowerPoints
  • Reports and Useful Documents

11
CA CSEFEL
  • California Collaborative for the Social and
    Emotional Foundations for Early Learning
  • 2012 Overview of CSEFEL PowerPoint
  • Adapted Materials
  • CSEFEL/Teaching Pyramid Implementation Survey

12
Teaching Pyramid
  • The Teaching Pyramid is comprehensive
    pro-fessional development on the CSEFEL
    components
  • Visit the website for more informationwww.Cainclu
    sion.org/teachingpyramid

13
County Activities
  • County specific resources that support inclusion
  • Click on the county name or map

14
County Activities Organizations
  • Regional Center
  • Family Resource Center
  • SELPA
  • Resource and Referral Agency
  • Local Planning Council
  • County First 5
  • County Office of Education
  • Early Head Start/Head Start
  • See the Guide to County Resources

15
County Activities Inclusion/Behavior Resources
  • County Inclusion Committee or Collaborative
  • Support for Inclusion
  • Teaching Pyramid
  • Downloadable Resources
  • Historical data

16
Hot Topics
  • New Resources Collected to Meet Needs Identified
    by the Field
  • Spring 2012 Family Engagement
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Body
  • School Age and Beyond
  • Cultural Competency and Resources in Multiple
    Languages
  • Infant and Early Mental Health Initiatives

17
Inclusion Works!
  • Focus is on defining inclusive practice,
    describing collaboration, and sharing practical
    strategies
  • Intended for use in child care settings for
    children birth through age 12 years
  • Training PowerPoint complete with presenters
    notes and Inclusion Works! book are available
    for download.

18
Chapters in Inclusion Works
  • Introduction (important to read)
  • Including Children with Disabilities or Other
    Special Needs A Rationale
  • Comparing Inclusive Child Care and Quality Child
    Care Settings
  • Creating Inclusive Child Care Programs
  • Identifying and Finding Help
  • Collaborating for Inclusion
  • Examples of Inclusive Child Care Strategies
  • Appendices

19
MAP Training PowerPoints
  • Talking to Parents When You Have Concerns About a
    Child in Your Care
  • Overview of California Early Start Updated as of
    October 2009 and 2011
  • Transition in Early Childhood At Age Three for
    Children with Special Needs
  • Inclusion Works!

20
Reports and Useful Documents
  • MAP Newsletter Archives
  • Summary of Changes to Early Start and the
    Prevention Resource and Referral Services
  • Introduction to Prevention Resource and Referral
    Services
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act and Child
    Care A Parents Guide

21
Reports and Useful Documents (Continued)
  • California Department of Education publications
  • Reasons for Concern
  • People First Language
  • Quality Indicators of Inclusive Programs

22
Your questions and comments!
  • At the top of your screen, move your cursor over
    the green control tab, as shown
  • On the opened control panel, select Chat to
    open the chat box.
  • We ask that you enter any questions you may have
    into this box. Please send messages to Stephanie
    Castillo (Comments Questions) to ensure your
    question is seen by the presenter.

23
Resources and Links
  • Useful, well respected web resources with readily
    available materials
  • Downloadable documents
  • Training materials
  • Video
  • Resources in other languages identified
  • In the PP the slide title is the menu area of the
    website followed by the name of the website

24
Cultural Competency and Resources in Multiple
Languages
  • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate
    Services
  • Disability Rights California
  • National Information Center for Children Youth
    with Disabilities
  • NAEYC Cultural Competence Assessment Tool
  • New!
  • National Council of La Raza
  • Communication Development Parents Guide in
    English, Spanish and Chinese

25
Inclusive Practice CICC
  • Ten minute podcasts by experts on inclusion
  • Searchable resources and downloadable documents
  • Short Info-Modules
  • In-Depth Self-Study Courses
  • Trainer of Trainer Courses
  • Broad Range of Topics

26
Inclusive Practice A Thinking Guide to Inclusive
Practice
27
Inclusive Practice Connect Ability
28
Inclusive Practice Head Start Inclusion
  • Spanish embedded learning opportunities
  • Spanish Curriculum modifications
  • Classroom Print Gos
  • 15 min inclusion
  • Inclusion Basics Ask a Friend to Play Video
  • IEP Basics Training Module/Video
  • Resources
  • Video Glossary
  • Teacher Tools

29
Inclusive Practice National Professional
Development Center on Inclusion
  • Joint Position Statement on Inclusion by DEC and
    NAEYC
  • Connect Training Modules with PowerPoints, Video,
    Tip Sheets and Guiding Questions on
  • Embedded Interventions
  • Transition
  • Communication for Collaboration
  • Family Professional Partner ships
  • Assistive Technology
  • Dialogic Reading
  • Tiered Instruction

30
Disability Specific Learning Disabilities
National Center for Learning Disabilities
31
Disability Specific Autism Speaks
  • Video Glossary with side by side examples of
    typical behavior and Red Flags for Autism
  • 13 Minute video on Autism Everyday told by
    families
  • New! Talking to Parents about Autism Tool Kit
    and Video Training

32
Disability Specific General Disabilities CDC
and Prevention Act Early
  • Free materials describing what to expect at
    various ages, growth chart
  • Video on Milestones
  • Information for parents, health care providers,
    ECE Educators

33
Healthy Mind, Healthy Body
  • Ellyn Satter Division of Responsibilityhealthy
    approaches to feeding children with disabilities
  • Head Start Body Start National Center for
    Physical Development and Outdoor Play
  • Inclusive Playgrounds in CA
  • Lets Move Child Care
  • National Center on Physical Activityand
    Disability
  • Yoga in My School

34
Legal and Licensing
  • California Department of Developmental
    Disabilities
  • Early Start
  • Prevention Resource and Referral Services
  • Child Development Division of CDE
  • Latest resources
  • California Department of Social Services
    Community Care Licensing
  • California Department of Managed Care
  • Autism Task Force California Health Care Reform
  • Health Care Help and Information 1-888-466-2219

35
School Age and Beyond Edutopia-Autism
  • Peer to Peer Learning Kids Helping Kids with
    Autism-video
  • Special Report Overcoming Autism

36
Social-Emotional Behavior Emotional Regulation
for Infants and Toddlers-KTCB Public Television
Parenting Videoswww.KBTCkids.org/parents
37
Social Emotional Behavior Georgetown
University http//www.ecmhc.org/tutorials/trauma/
index.html
38
Organizations for Families Family Center for
Resources and Technology
39
Organizations for Families PBS Parents Inclusive
Communities
40
Training Technical Assistance
  • BEGINNING TOGETHER
  • CPIN
  • Desired Results Access Video Initiative Child
    Outcomes video (must see!)
  • Results Matter-Videos on the use if iPads
  • Santa Clara County Inclusion Collaborative
  • SEEDS
  • WestEd CPEI Early Start Online and Early Start
    Neighborhood

41
Talk to Us
  • Complete our survey and let us know how we can
    improve our site. All response are anonymous and
    very much appreciated.
  • Join our Mailing List to get our newsletter to
    hear about new resources and updates. Next one
    will come out in late October 2012.
  • You can also let us know what youre doing with
    inclusion by emailing us at map_at_wested.org

42
Last Questions/Comments and Polling
  • Questions from the Chat Box
  • Unmute for final comments
  • Please complete and submit the brief poll

43
Visit the Map Website! Thank you!
  • Cindy Arstein-Kerslakecarstei_at_wested.org
  • Stephanie Castillomap_at_wested.org
  • Alex Castillon acastil_at_wested.org
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