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Why ECPC is important. More EC leaders and practitioners working with children and families receiving IDEA services have the requisite knowledge and skills. Improved effectiveness of EI, ECSE, and EC services and supports.

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Why ecpc is important

Why ECPC is important

More EC leaders and practitioners working with children and families receiving IDEA services have the requisite knowledge and skills.

Improved effectiveness of EI, ECSE, and EC services and supports

States have high quality CSPD (i.e., multiple state level supports for a competent EC work force)

Improved outcomes for children and families

How improved CSPD

leads to

improved outcomes

Note: ECPC will focus on the blue box. The working assumption is that the blue box will produce the green boxes. Large scale change in these areas will occur after the 5 years of the Center.


Why ecpc is important

Center Framework

Knowledge Generation

Technical Assistance and Dissemination

Leadership and Collaboration

Personnel Policy

and Standards

Evidenced Based

Practice

Technology

Application

Model Development

Implementation Science

Outcomes and Accountability

Program

Admin-

and Service

Providers

Families

Graduate

Students

State Agency and Certification Personnel

IHE Faculty

And Other

Trainers


Why ecpc is important

Review DEC personnel standards and organize for use

Develop and disseminate reports, products and other materials for personnel

systems

Complete status update

of states personnel

standards policies and implementation

Develop

an

Interactive data base

Maintain

a website

Provide

targeted TA to state agencies, IHE’s, students & Part C/619 staff

Revise/update

DEC recommended practices in personnel preparation

Develop a plan for selecting states for intensive TA

Review

CEC/DEC/NAEYC

personnel standards

Technical Assistance & Dissemination

Knowledge

Development

Develop 8 CSPD for the early childhood workforce through intensive TA

Develop unified personnel standards across professional organizations

Center for Personnel Preparation

Develop DEC white papers

Identify common elements across the 8 state CSPDs

Conduct

literature reviews

& syntheses

Leadership and Coordination

Communicate with OSEP Project Officer

Convene Stakeholder Group

Include

graduate students

in all center

activities

Contribute

updated information to TACC data base

Provide leadership training to

C/619 representatives

Communicate and collaborate with OSEP projects

Participate in

national initiatives

Figure 1. Center Objectives


Why ecpc is important

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

Data Collection and Analyses of Personnel

Policies;

Literature Reviews,

Syntheses and Papers

Review of DEC Personnel Practices, Standards;

Refine Standards across Disciplines

Targeted TA and Dissemination to Specific Populations on Personnel Procedures,

Policies and Practices

Intensive TA to 8 States to Develop, Implement and Sustain a Model CSPD in EC for Infants and Young Children with

Disabilities

General TA through Meetings, Webinars, Product Development and Dissemination

Leadership through

Collaborations;

Training Institute for C/619 Coordinators;

Training on Scaling up CSPD’s

EVALUATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT


Why ecpc is important

HOW??

  • Implementation Science

  • Regional Collaborations

  • National Partners

  • Management and Accountability


Why ecpc is important

Organizational Chart

Director

Mary Beth Bruder (UConn)

Co-Director

Geroge Sugai (UConn)

Expert Content

Consultants

Carl Dunst (Puckett Institute)

Larry Edelman (U of Colorado)

Lynn Kagan (Columbia

Teachers College)

Evaluation Team

Kathleen Hebbeler (SRI)

Mary Louise Hemmeter (Vanderbilt)

Jeannette McCollum (U of Illinois)

Vicki Stayton (Western Kentucky University)

Coordinator

Ann Mickelson(UConn)

Project Consultants/Contractors

Pip Campbell (Jefferson University)

Division of Early Childhood

Claudia Dozier (KU- ABS/BCBA)

Maureen Greer (Emerald Consulting)

Roxanne Kaufman (Georgetown)

Toby Long (Georgetown)

Dale Mann (Interactive Inc.)

Carol Trivette (Puckett Institute)

University of KS

Regional Associate Directors

Eva Horn

David Lindeman

University of CT Regional Associate Director

Mary Beth Bruder

FL State University Regional Associate Directors

Juliann Woods

Mary Frances Hanline

University of OR

Regional Associate Director

Jane Squires

P.Doc Ching-I Chan

Gabriela Freyre Calish

P.Doc Lois Pribble

Mary Jo Noonan

P.Doc Emily Lakey

Cindy Vail

P.Doc Stephanie Parks

Regional Advisory Board

Regional Advisory Board

Regional Advisory Board

Regional Advisory Board

Partner Organizations and Project Advisory Board

AUCD

CEC

HECSE

NASDSE

NASDTEC

CCSSO

Part B/619 Consortia

NHSA

NRCP

ITCA

NAECS-SDE

NAEYC


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