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AASA What Works in Leadership: Childcare Strategies Amid COVID - Shared screen with speaker view
Samantha Lewandowski
25:37
Thank you for having us!
Brigitte Willis
26:13
hello, Brigitte Willis from Grovetown, GA
Toni Dickerson
26:50
Hi everyone! Toni, from Laurel, Delaware
Brigitte Willis
26:59
is the volume on?
Tech Support Jimmy
27:26
Yes volume is on.
Shu Chen
27:38
Hi. Shu from Hawaii.
Maliha Ahad
29:38
Hi. This is Maliha from Dubai, UAE. I run ECE training in this part of the world. Good to be here.
Samantha Lewandowski
49:02
Steven dose that 15 include the teacher? Thank you
Tech Support Jimmy
52:11
I'll make sure bring that question up during the Q and A
Ann-Marie Joseph-Benjamin
01:03:37
How do you implement limit sharing of supplies for the children in the classroom?
Steven Hicks
01:06:03
15 kids includes the teacher. For prek we temporarily allowed a greater ratio of 1 to 10 to 1 to 14 (like nursery schools) to help providers better meet financial viability.
Samantha Lewandowski
01:06:56
Thank you Steven!
Steven Hicks
01:08:03
To limit sharing of materials, some teachers have separate bins of materials/toys selected by the child and limit them to those. Playgrounds need to be cleaned between groups of kids. In the classroom do not mix groups.
Brigitte Willis
01:12:32
I am in agreement with childcare providers being at the table for solutions with SAC virtual learning
Brigitte Willis
01:15:12
yes, there needs to be an urgency to solve these issues and equity and equality needs to be the lense of our the solution
Samantha Lewandowski
01:17:38
We did online and it was wonderful it takes a village. You need families that are onboard and supporting you as a teacher!
Brigitte Willis
01:20:18
yes, training for the caregiver/educators that help with virtual learning
Tracey Clay
01:21:32
This is exciting news that the school system will provide training to the child care setting. We need that support but not responsible for the delivery of the content.
Brigitte Willis
01:22:23
each state and school district has to buy in to providers getting the training
Sara Nicholson
01:22:51
So do you feel it is unsafe to go back without PPE?
Lori Masseur
01:24:48
What alternative means of partnerships ( in addition to childcare) are being considered if the number of school agers needing a "place" for distance learning exceeds provider licensed capacity?
Brigitte Willis
01:25:41
yes, awesome clarification of expectations of state, school district, and teacher partnership with childcare and parents
Valerie Truesdale
01:26:27
Thank you to all for attending and learning with us! We salute you all for your courageous leadership Be safe. Be healthy. Be strong.
Steven Hicks
01:26:30
PPE is mandatory!
Alesa Lambert
01:26:51
Thank you!
Tracey Clay
01:26:53
Thank you for everyone with this information
Brigitte Willis
01:26:56
great session! awesome viewpoint