[R-0112] S8. Ethical Practice

Citation: College of Education: University of Washington. (2017). National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning. Webpage. Retrieved from https://education.uw.edu/faculty-and-research/centers/NCQTL [or enter “National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning” in your search window].

Abstract: The National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (NCQTL) was created to improve practice in Head Start programs. Supported by a five-year grant from the U.S. Office of Head Start, this effort brought early education research and practical knowledge together to identify the research-based curriculum, instruction, and assessment tools that raise child outcomes and promote school readiness.

Integration: The information presented on this webpage fits well with content presented in the early childhood courses Child Development; Exploration Activities; Introduction to Early Childhood Education; Language and Literacy Experiences; and Social-Emotional Development.

Content Focus: Academic Skills; Child Development; Digital Learning; Diversity; Head Start; Introduction to Early Childhood Education; Language and Literacy Experiences; Mathematics; Observation; Professional Development; Research-Based Practices; School Readiness; Social-Emotional Development; Teacher-Child Interactions

Notes: After they review this webpage, have students discuss with their peers one resource they found especially helpful in changing their beliefs; teaching a new skill, strategy or intervention to use in an inclusive early childhood setting and/or providing information they can share with parents.