CARA’s Kit provides tools and resources to guide you through the process of making adaptations for individuals or groups of children who are experiencing challenges during every day routines and activities. This resource provides guidance for working with both toddlers and preschool-age children. As you explore various classroom situations you will find that they are linked to Pennsylvania’s Early Learning Standards for Toddlers and Pre-Kindergarten. 

Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies: Did you know there are key “ingredients” that make collaborating for collective impact successful? People often want to collaborate for collective impact to integrate supports or services for young children and their families. Collective impact happens when people from different organizations or with different perspectives work together to positively address an issue. Start by exploring C is for Collaboration and Collective Impact to start implementing amazing practices with you families and teams!

Building Relationships & Trust:  you know that trust was an essential ingredient to building relationships AND resolving conflict? Take a look at the easy-to-implement strategies to increase trust in all of your relationships and enhance collaboration with families and colleagues!

Key Characteristics of High-Quality Inclusive Education (Video): This video, part of the STEMIE innovation for inclusion in early education video series, details the key characteristics of high-quality inclusive education.

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