Learning to Advance Student Success

Read to Succeed Training

We're offering Read to Succeed webinars for early childhood learning professionals including teachers, instructional coaches and administrators. All webinars are DHS approved. Certificates are provided after viewing the webinar and completing a reflection form via the unique Google Form link for each webinar. Please contact Elandriel Lewis (elandriel.lewis@unitedwaygn.org) with any questions.

 

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2020 Read to Succeed Early Childhood VidCon

Welcome to the 2020 conference, which takes place from July 21–23, 2020. We are excited to provide recordings of all conference sessions! This year's theme is Charting the Course: Literacy and SEL Through an Equity and Access Lens. Click here to learn more and register for upcoming sessions. 

Session #1 - July 21, 2020: Disrupting the Schools to Prison Nexus

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For our keynote this year, Read to Succeed is proud to bring you Ana Benderas and Marylin Zuniga from Quetzal Education Consulting as they present, "Disrupting the School to Prison Nexus: Routines and Rituals for a Healing-Centered Classroom." In this opening session, Ana and Marylin discuss routines and rituals that can help disrupt the school to prison nexus that deeply impacts students in early childhood education. This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children infant through age 8.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form.

About the Presenters: Ana Benderas has a Masters of Arts in Education and over 12 years of field experience. She is an expert in restoring students' connections with literacy. From teaching functional literacy in Indigenous communities, to leading highly rigorous project-based learning for Latinx students, Ana is a culturally sustaining literacy expert. She brings her experiences as a classroom teacher, department chair, teacher coach, community organizer, and activist to impact educational change on a systemic level. 

Marylin Zuniga is an educator and organizer from New Jersey. She has a Master of Arts in Curriculum & Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Family & Child Studies. A public speaker, educator organizer, and expert facilitator in K-6 curriculum design, Marylin has established her expertise in social justice elementary education. She believes education is a calling and makes sure to lead with spirit and to center love in everything she does.

Quetzal Education Consulting provides culturally sustaining and innovative solutions for educational institutions, nonprofits, and parents who seek to meet the educational needs of students, teachers, and families of Color.

 

Session #2 - July 21, 2020: Redefining School Discipline - Considering Trauma and SEL Needs

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In this session, we're proud to bring you Riki Rattner of Be Well in School as she presents, "Redefining School Discipline: Considering Trauma and SEL Neeeds." Riki explores the science behind the breath as a tool for self-regulation, the mental and physical implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and strategies for disrupting negative thought patterns and promoting de-escalation. This workshop  combines practice, theory, and discussion.

NOTE: There are some technical issues in this recording, one of which being that the recording starts slightly late. We know that you will still find the information valuable!

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form.

About the Presenter: Riki Rattner, M.Ed., 200 RYT, is the Founder and Director of BeWell in School. Riki began her teaching career as a Teach for America Corps Member teaching 4th grade at Robert Churchwell Elementary School. She used breath and movement to help her students cope with challenges in and out of the classroom. The positive effects in her classroom led Riki to implement a yoga program for the entire 4th-grade cohort and a yoga club for students of all grades. Her use of yoga and breath in the classroom and in her own life inspired her to earn her Registered Yoga Teacher certification in the summer of 2017. Through classroom teaching and her personal yoga journey, Riki realized her passion for increasing access to the tangible tools that have changed her life. In 2019, she launched a Kid’s Yoga Program at the Margaret Maddox YMCA while also working to build BeWell in School through community yoga classes and partnerships. Riki believes that it is a right to know how to use breath and movement to calm the mind and body.

BeWell in School teaches mindfulness and movement as a proactive behavior management system. We provide an alternative approach to traditional discipline by teaching effective strategies for self-regulation. Our mission is to provide students with the tools they need to be successful in the classroom, and beyond, by making wellness strategies available to all. 

 

Session #3 - July 21, 2020: Social, Environmental, and Adaptive Literacy - Looking at Literacy Opportunities from a New Perspective

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In this session, Suzanne Dinwiddie of Tennessee Deaf-Blind Project presents "Social, Environmental, and Adapted Literacy: Looking at Literacy Opportunities from a New Perspective." Any environmental information or social interaction presented outside a child’s visual range, without regard to their auditory skills level or their physical needs is ineffective. Children with complex learning/medical needs and/or sensory loss have limited, inaccurate or incomplete access to people, the environment and traditional literacy materials. This presentation discusses practical ways of structuring the environment, modifications of materials, and communication strategies to increase active participation in the literacy experience.

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection.

About the Presenter: Suzanne Dinwiddie, M.Ed., COMS, CTVI, CEIM, serves as an educational consultant for the Tennessee Deaf-Blind Project. She is an early childhood assessment specialist, vision teacher, infant massage instructor, and orientation and mobility instructor. Suzanne provides technical assistance to families, teachers and school systems throughout Tennessee concerning children (ages 0-21) with combined hearing and vision loss. 

The Tennessee Deaf-Blind Project is a federal grant associated with Vanderbilt's Children Hospital. 

 

Session #4 - July 22, 2020: Working Across Lines of Difference - Relationship Building in Times of Crisis

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Day 2 of the Read to Succeed conference continues with Erika Burnett of The Burnett Group presenting "Working Across Lines of Difference: Relationship building in times of crisis." Also known as implicit social cognition, implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. In a work environment typically driven by deadlines, deliverables and measurable outcomes, there must be concerted effort on the individual and organization level to identify barriers and opportunities to understand and work across lines of difference. Starting with a systems-level analysis, this presentation engages in a scaffolded learning experience centering our socialization as the root cause of our implicit bias. Next, we examine our local cultural context and followed by tangible action items for working across lines of difference

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form

About the Presenter: Founder & Principal Trainer Erika R. Burnett leverages her years of nonprofit leadership and community engagement experience to support the growth & development of a variety of professionals and organizations. She enjoys serving as a master trainer, consultant, and facilitator across a variety of topic including volunteer management and engagement, youth development, team building, leadership exploration, and generational differences.

Officially launched in 2016, The Burnett Group, LLC inspires professionals, deepens impact, and challenges the status quo of service delivery in Middle TN and surrounding areas.

 

Session #5 - July 22, 2020: Effective Coaching Practices to Support Students

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In this session, panelists discuss "Effective Coaching Practices to Support Student Success" and explore strategies for supporting teachers around COVID-19 and racial inequity through recognizing the role of self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-care in instructional coaching; planning for virtual and in-person coaching; and novel strategies that support teachers in changing times.

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form.

About the Panelists:

  • Caroline Christopher, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Vanderbilt University
  • Elandriel Lewis, Manager, Early Learning and Training, United Way of Greater Nashville
  • Jenine Marshall, Instructional Coach, Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center
  • Susan McClain, Multi-Classroom Leader and Instructional Coach, Casa Azafran Early Learning Center
  • Katherine Newman, Research Coordinator, Peabody Research Office, Vanderbilt University
  • Annie Paraison, Lifelong Learner, Founder and Owner of Love|ALL (Love Before ALL) LLC

 

Session #6- July 22, 2020: Implicit Bias - What Educators Need to Know

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Dr. Harriet Bailey and Rhodus Riggins of Bailey, Pullis, and Riggins LCC present "Implicit Bias: What Educators Need to Know." In this session, participants explore content related to implicit bias, engage in conversations with facilitators and self-reflection. These conversations and reflections are designed to challenge participants to embrace that we all have biases that have the potential to impact our personal and professional practice and ultimately the services and outcomes for children and families. This session also explores the potential impact of implicit bias on expulsion rates for children of color.

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form

About the Presenter: Dr. Harriette Bailey is an Associate Professor, B-K Coordinator, Principal Investigator, and Co-Principal Investigator at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Dr. Bailey has extensive experiences in higher education, early intervention, early care and education, and child and family outcomes. She is passionate about preparing students to deliver effective and equitable services for diverse children and families.  She is a member of North Carolina’s State Interagency Coordinating Council, a Governor appointed position, and co-owner of Bailey, Pullis & Riggins LLC, providing professional development, consultation and support for individuals, agencies and organizations in the areas of cultural awareness, competency, and proficiency, racial equity and implicit bias. 

Rhodus Riggins, Jr. is Quality Enhancement Coordinator at the Education Quality Improvement and Professional Development Project at the University of North Carolina- Greensboro and Adjunct Faculty member at Alamance Community College. Rhodus has over 30 years of extensive experiences in research, technical assistance, professional development, evaluation, and higher education. His research and professional development interests include: quality supports for early care and education professionals, family engagement, social-emotional wellness, cultural competency, racial equity, and implicit bias. Rhodus is a grassroots advocate and champion from the Low Country region of South Carolina. He holds a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, Public Policy, & Advocacy in Early Childhood.

Bailey, Pullis, and Riggins LLC provides Coaching, Mentoring and Training on: Cultural Competency, Racial Equity, Implicit Bias, Culturally Responsive Organizations and Leadership. They tailor all Professional Development, Coaching and Mentoring opportunities to fit the needs of the audience.

 

Session #7- July 23, 2020: Culturally Responsive Anti-Bias Practices - A Tool for Advancing Equity in Education

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Dr. Jen Neitzel and Dr. Ebonyse Mead of the Educational Equity Institute present "Culturally Responsive Anti-Bias Practices: A Tool for Advancing Equity in Education." This session provides an overview of culturally responsive anti-bias teaching practices. The presenters offer a rationale for changing the way we provide instruction within our nation's schools to promote more equitable outcomes for Black children. The session focuses on behavior management practices, instructional practices, and establishing more meaningful relationships with children. 

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of all children.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form

About the Presenters: Dr. Jen Neitzel is the Executive Director of the Educational Equity Institute, which is focused on eliminating the educational and opportunity gaps within communities through systems level change. Prior to this work, Jen was a Research Scientist and Technical Assistance Provider at FPG Child Development Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill for 15 years. During her time at FPG, her work focused on implicit bias; disparities in suspensions and expulsions; trauma; and culturally responsive anti-bias practices. Jen presents frequently at state and national conferences and is widely published in peer-reviewed journals. She also is the author of "Achieving Equity and Justice in Education through the Work of Systems Change." 

Dr. Ebonyse Mead is the Birth to Kindergarten Clinical Instructor at Georgia Southern University and president of the Educational Equity Institute. For 18 years, Ebonyse has worked in communities to improve health and educational outcomes for children of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Since 2016, Ebonyse has provided statewide training on diversity, inclusion and equity with a particular focus on examining structural barriers to educational equity, implicit racial bias, and culturally responsive instruction to the early childhood workforce in North Carolina. 

The Educational Equity Institute's vision is to build just and equitable communities who collectively work towards lasting change. The mission of the Educational Equity Institute is to facilitate authentic engagement and relationships that empower communities to guide the work of systems change.

 

Session #8- July 23, 2020: Developing a Growth Mindset by Living Inside a Story

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Margaret Boersma of Creative Education in Action presents "Developing a Growth Mindset by Living Inside a Story." This session focuses on lessons of identity and growth mindset. Through experiential learning strategies, students live inside the story and learn lessons from Mother Beetle and their adventures with Rat. Strategies such as soundscape, adventures in the forest, interviewing to discover another perspective, movement sentences, dance and tableaux, teachers enable students to deepen the learning while making connections to their own lives, other stories, and life in their communities.

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children pre-K through elementary.

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form.

About the Presenter: Margaret Boersma, OCT is a teacher trainer, coach, speaker, and educational consultant. Her varied career in teaching, combined with her expertise in social/emotional learning, allows her to assimilate the affective domain (people skills) with academic curriculum goals. Having trained extensively in the arts, and with Dr. Eric Jensen in brain compatible pedagogy, Margaret’s heart is to transform classroom practice to enable students and teachers to thrive. Her innovative training programs result in students gaining leadership and communication skills while becoming compassionate citizens. She works with school districts and schools, in Canada, the U.S, the Netherlands and New Zealand.

Creative Education in Action works to transform classroom practice to enable students and teachers to thrive. The way we teach and empower students and their teachers includes a “first-person learning approach” by living inside a story. SEL is foundational and is taught within diverse contexts. Due to the need for virtual professional development, videos, photos and creativity will be used to make a compelling session.

 

Session #9- July 23, 2020: Creating Cultural Competence Through Literacy:  Texts That Celebrate

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In the final conference session, Dr. Darwin Mason, Jr. and Kamilah Matthews of Mason3 Consulting present "Creating Cultural Competence through Literacy: Text That Celebrate." This session is followed by a brief overview of the conference to close out the event by Elandriel Lewis of United Way of Greater Nashville.

Given the rapidly changing demographics in our state and country this presentation is designed to equip teachers and leaders with the fundamental knowledge and understanding of cultural competence, how to increase student voice, and celebrate diverse cultures through literacy. Specifically, this presentation is designed to examine the nature and function of culture; the development of individual and group cultural identity; and the influences of culture in literacy. 

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages. 

1-hour of TN DHS credit is available upon completion of this reflection form.

About the Presenters: Darwin L. Mason, Jr. currently serves as the Executive Principal of John Early Museum Magnet CEO of Mason3 Consulting. Dr. Mason attended Southwestern Christian College and received his bachelor's degree in music vocal performance and psychology from Fisk University, his master's degree in administration and supervision from Tennessee State University and his doctorate degree in Learning Organization and Strategic Change from Lipscomb University. His resume reveals experience nurturing and molding young minds in the classroom and in other areas as well, such as successfully leading diverse faculties in both suburban and urban districts in Middle Tennessee. Dr. Mason has served as an instructional leader, volunteer, counselor, coach, missionary, youth leader, organizer, and mentor to children and adults alike. These experiences have influenced and formed a strong commitment to impact every learner in a holistic manner.

Kamilah Mathews is a high achieving, eager educator with a strong literacy background and the ability to develop strategic plans. She began her teaching career in her hometown of Evansville, Indiana and joined MNPS in 2009. Her experiences include teaching in both urban and suburban settings, elementary and middle school ELA teacher, single-gender classes, inclusion, and EL co-teacher. Each of these opportunities make her confident in data driven decision making and knowledge of pedagogy to meet the needs of diverse learners. As the Literacy Teacher Development Specialist (LTDS) for John Early Museum Magnet Middle Prep, Mrs. Mathews strives to cultivate teacher talent and increase student achievement through leadership and collaboration. 

Mason3 Consulting nurtures leaders as they develop a tool box of leadership skills that equip them in creating a safe, exciting environment that encourages self-evaluation, self-expression, outward thinking, and creativity for learners.

 

Weekly Read to Suceed Webinars

July 15, 2020: Join the Conversation in the RTS Google Classroom

Join Elandriel Lewis of United Way of Greater Nashville in learning how to join our community of learners through the RTS Google Classrooms. In preparation for the upcoming 2020 RTS Early Childhood VidCon, we are setting up 2 Google Classrooms to support learning, create community, and continue the conversation. Join us in this session to learn how to access these classrooms and how best to use them.  This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages. Download webinar slides here.

About the Presenter: Elandriel Lewis is the Manager of Early Learning and Training for the United Way of Greater Nashville where she works with community early childhood teachers and leaders to ensure lifelong educational and personal success for children and families. Elandriel believes that every child deserves safe, stable, nurturing relationships and time outdoors to support academic and social-emotional growth.

 

July 8, 2020: An Introduction to Emergent Curriculum

Join Kathleen Seabolt of the Vanderbilt Child and Family Center as she presents “An Introduction to Emergent Curriculum.” Emergent Curriculum is a way of teaching that focuses on being responsive to children's interests, needs and motivations. Teachers will be provided information on the importance of positive relationships, observation, and playwork to implement Emergent Curriculum. This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children 3-5 years old. Download webinar companion packet here and the webinar slides here.

About the Presenter: Kathleen Seabolt, Ed.D is an ECE consultant and trainer, and former kindergarten teacher (and kindergartener) currently serving Vanderbilt University as executive director for the Child and Family Center. She studied Communications at Chapman University, earned her BA in Child Development, Communications and Social Policy and holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Mills College. She is passionate about early literacy and nature education.

 

July 1, 2020: The School Family

Join Elandriel Lewis of United Way of Greater Nashville in learning more about how to support staff, children, and families through the School Family. The School Family is a Conscious Discipline structure designed to promote an environment of learning through safety and connection. This webinar is a part of our Conscious Discipline/SEL series.  This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Elandriel Lewis is the Manager of Early Learning and Training for the United Way of Greater Nashville where she works with community early childhood teachers and leaders to ensure lifelong educational and personal success for children and families. Elandriel believes that every child deserves safe, stable, nurturing relationships and time outdoors to support academic and social-emotional growth.

 

June 17, 2020: Supporting Optimal Brain Development

Join Elandriel Lewis of United Way of Greater Nashville as she discusses skills and strategies for building a solid foundation for future success in young children, particularly during difficult times. This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Elandriel Lewis is the Manager of Early Learning and Training for the United Way of Greater Nashville where she works with community early childhood teachers and leaders to ensure lifelong educational and personal success for children and families. Elandriel believes that every child deserves safe, stable, nurturing relationships and time outdoors to support academic and social-emotional growth.

 

June 10, 2020: Breathing to BeWell

Join Riki Rattner of Be Well in School to learn the science behind the breath as a tool for self-regulation, the mental and physical implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and strategies for disrupting negative thought patterns and promoting de-escalation. This workshop will consist of a combination of practice, theory, and discussion.  This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children 3-5 years old. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Riki Rattner, M.Ed., 200 RYT, is the Founder and Director of BeWell in School. Riki began her teaching career as a Teach for America Corps Member teaching 4th grade at Robert Churchwell Elementary School. She used breath and movement to help her students cope with challenges in and out of the classroom. The positive effects in her classroom led Riki to implement a yoga program for the entire 4th-grade cohort and a yoga club for students of all grades. Her use of yoga and breath in the classroom and in her own life inspired her to earn her Registered Yoga Teacher certification in the summer of 2017. Through classroom teaching and her personal yoga journey, Riki realized her passion for increasing access to the tangible tools that have changed her life. In 2019, she launched a Kid’s Yoga Program at the Margaret Maddox YMCA while also working to build BeWell in School through community yoga classes and partnerships. Riki believes that it is a right to know how to use breath and movement to calm the mind and body.

 

June 3, 2020: Every Child Ready to Read

Learning to read starts early. In this webinar, Marie Preptit from Nashville Public Library's Bringing Books To Life will share research-based practices that help young children develop skills they need before they learn to read. These practices can easily be integrated into activities throughout the day. This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children birth - 8. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Marie Preptit serves as the Program Coordinator for Bringing Books to Life. She possesses a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish from Belmont University. Marie coordinates day-to-day programming, partner relations, data collection, and outcome reporting. She also conducts story times, teacher training, and workshops for parents, all while supervising part-time outreach assistants. She brings to the program experience as a preschool teacher as well as a preschool administrator.

 

May 27, 2020: Supporting the Survival State in Crisis - part of the Conscious Discipline/SEL series

The Survival State develops when we are born and exists throughout our life. In this state the focus is solely on safety. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to everyone, from children and families, to teachers and administration, to experience varying levels of trauma. As centers reopen, it will be tempting to want to catch up on academics. However, if this trauma is not addressed, learning will not be able to occur. In this session, Elandriel Lewis will provide background knowledge and strategies for supporting the Survival State in children and adults during times of crisis.  This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children of all ages. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Elandriel Lewis is the Manager of Early Learning and Training for the United Way of Greater Nashville where she works with community early childhood teachers and leaders to ensure lifelong educational and personal success for children and families. Elandriel believes that every child deserves safe, stable, nurturing relationships and time outdoors to support academic and social-emotional growth.

 

May 20, 2020: Watching the Clouds: The Benefits of Learning at Nature's Pace

With so much to learn and so little time to do it in, we sometimes unintentionally rush our students from one activity to the next. By engaging with the natural world and the countless materials it has to offer, children can gain unprecedented opportunities to construct knowledge for themselves. Join Misha Davydov to see how learning at nature’s pace is the key to helping students develop patience, flexibility, and a willingness to embrace change. 

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children birth to age 5. Download webinar companion packet here.

Presenter: Misha Davydov, Nature Educator

 

May 13, 2020Read it Again!

Students love to read favorite books again and again. In this webinar, Susan Frizell from Nashville Public Library's Bringing Books To Life will suggest wonderful books to make each read aloud an impactful learning experience. Early literacy concepts to emphasize with each reading, for infant - pre-K, will be discussed, as well as lively story time rituals and practices!

This session is appropriate for teachers, instructional coaches, leadership, and caregivers of children birth to age 5. Download webinar companion packet here.

About the Presenter: Susan Frizsell’s years of teaching experience with preschool, elementary, and then middle school art inspired her to create fun and engaging lessons to keep students attention while teaching state standards. Now she’s passing along what she’s learned and created to teachers as Curriculum Coordinator for Bringing Books to Life! With the Nashville Public Library.

 

May 6, 2020An Introduction to Conscious Discipline

Conscious Discipline is a trauma-informed, brain-based self-regulation program rooted in neuroscience, child development research and psychology. Conscious Discipline teaches adults to foster safety and connectedness, unleashing the ability to learn and problem-solve. Both children and adults learn to manage their thoughts, feelings and behaviors, empowering them to reach their goals. Download webinar companion packet here.

Presenter: Elandriel Lewis, Manager Early Learning and Training

 

April 29, 2020Supporting Optimal Brain Development with Baby Doll Circle Time

Research shows secure adult-child relationships are a prerequisite for healthy child development.  This session will demonstrate how the Baby Doll Circle Time curriculum can provide vital one-on-one connections without increasing staff burdens. Download webinar companion packet here.

Presenter: Elandriel Lewis, Manager Early Learning and Training


April 22, 2020Self-Care to Provide Quality Care in a Crisis

To provide quality care to others, it is imperative that practitioners provide quality care to themselves. This becomes even more important during times of isolation. This session provides an introductory look at the causes and effects of stress, trauma, and burnout, and the ways in which you can combat and prevent them while in isolation. Also provided is information on how to support families, children, and staff during these difficult times. Download webinar companion packet here.

Presenter: Elandriel Lewis, Manager Early Learning and Training