The program strategies and the assessment tools encourage early childhood teachers to adopt 26 strategies across three competency areas: 1) classroom design; 2) teachers’ rhythm and temperament; and 3) instructional strategies during the 10-month program year. Mentors are assigned to each teaching team and through supportive site visits and assessment visits help the teams change their thinking and practices to be more culturally and linguistically responsive.
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Berdecia, Ana I. MEd; Kosec, Caitlin MPP; Leath, Kamili O. MS; and The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy for Thomas Edison State College, "The Global Child: A Roadmap for Becoming Culturally Responsive Educators" (2020). Center for the Positive Development of Urban Children. 3.
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