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Engaging your families and the community creates the networks and supports you need to support the children in your care. As you reimagine and rethink your outdoor spaces, find your champions to help you bring your vision to life. In this 1.5-hour webinar, learn how to share your journey with your families, identify local community supports, and learn how to lead a volunteer event for families and the community. Participants will also learn easy to build projects that can lead to big changes in outdoor spaces for children.
Course Delivery Method
Webinar. Participants need internet access and a device, such as a computer, to participate in the webinar.
Directors, early childhood educators, family child care providers, coaches.
There may be a fee associated with this course.
Upon completion, learner will be able to:
• Utilizing the Early Childhood Health Outdoors program introduction and visual slide content, participants will identify two or more positive benefits family and community engagement has on children.
• Utilizing a community mapping worksheet, participants will be able to identify at least two local resources and partnership opportunities.
• Using a visual presentation, participants will be able to identify at least one way to involve families and community organizations to support the development of their outdoor spaces.
This training aligns to Colorado's Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators.
• Family and Community Partnerships 13.3. Develops and monitors policies, procedures, and practices that promote partnerships between the program, families, and community resources and services.
This training is available through Early Childhood Health Outdoors National Wildlife Federation (ECHO NWF). Please visit ECHO NWF to learn about event dates and register or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a training for your program.
Last Update 4/16/2020