Caregiver Coaching: Moving from Principles to Practice (Session 3)
Presented by Dathan Rush of Family, Infant and Preschool Program and M'Lisa Shelden of Wichita State University.
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In this final episode of the Caregiver Coaching Series, the presenters discussed how you can apply the principles and characteristics of caregiver coaching to your role and setting. This one-hour session will assist participants in developing action plans for how they can transform their interactions with parents/caregivers to be more engaging, capacity-building, and achieve the parent’s desired outcomes
In this session the presenters explain how caregiver coaching is similar or different from other coaching models, described how to use a family’s everyday activities as the context for coaching and child learning conversations, and discussed how to use caregiver coaching in your work with families.
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