Many educators of young children with disabilities have asked, “How do I teach a 2 or 3-year-old virtually?” Replicating classroom activities and materials for use in the home is not always feasible or functional. Instead, educators can shift to supporting new learners, the parents and family members of the child. This webinar will explore how educators can utilize a coaching interaction style to help families use daily routines and activities as learning opportunities.
- Watch: An Early Interventionist Reflects on Making the Shift to the Coaching Model (2:00)
- Read this short Coaching Quick Reference Guide and one of the following:
- Tele…Teach? Handout
- Register for T-TAC ODU’s follow-up series, Coaching Conversations for Early Childhood Special Educators, scheduled throughout the summer.
- Teleflections Video Series
- Short video reflections and takeaways from Virginia early intervention service providers on providing tele-intervention
- Learning at Home Activity Matrix for Young Children with Disabilities
- Designed for teachers to use with parents to create individualized daily/weekly lessons for early childhood-aged children with disabilities
- Supporting Young Children with Disabilities and their Families through Tele-Intervention
- Webinar series from VDOE provides an overview of using tele-intervention to support young children with disabilities and their families.
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