The purpose of this webinar was to provide an overview of the Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) review’s prioritization criteria, an explanation of how home visiting models earn study- and model-level prioritization points, an explanation of how prioritization scores are calculated, and updates to the annual review process.
This webinar presentation, held on January 26, 2021 provides an overview of updated procedures and standards for conducting the Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) annual review. In the webinar, the HomVEE team highlights updates to the HomVEE review's procedures and standards and describes plans to apply them beginning with the 2021 review.
This recorded session from ACF’s National Research Conference on Early Childhood 2020 (NRCEC 2020) featured a presentation on the We Grow Together Professional Development System (WGT) field test (beginning at time marker 22:45) alongside presentations from two other projects.
We Grow Together (WGT) is a professional development (PD) system for caregivers working with infants and toddlers in center-based care and family child care homes. Caregivers are supported in planning and using the WGT practices through relationship- and practice-based coaching from a trained local PD provider who can be a coach, supervisor, mentor, or anyone else who provides ongoing PD. WGT is based on nationally recommended best practices for interacting with infants and toddlers that are measured with the Q-CCIIT observational tool.
This webinar provides a selection of findings from questions to children’s program and center directors on how they were providing services during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020 and the perspectives of the Office of Head Start Region XI Regional Program Manager and a Region XI Head Start program director at the onset of the pandemic.
This webinar is the first of a series on findings from the second round of AIAN FACES (first done in 2015).The webinar provides a preview of first findings from fall 2019, information on how programs can use data from the study, and the perspectives of the Office of Head Start Region XI Regional Program Manager and a Region XI Head Start program director on the data.