CONNECT Module Discussions

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Raquel Corval
Using CONNECT modules to modify existing courses for early childhood providers

By Debbie Lickey and Deana Buck

Debbie Lickey and Deana Buck from the Virginia Paraprofessional Early Childhood Project share how they worked with community college faculty to embed CONNECT Modules into several courses in the program of studies. Read about what they did and share your examples.

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Portuguese Adaptation of CONNECT Module 1: Two Years and A Pilot Study Later
By Raquel Corval

How did learners respond to the Portuguese adaptation and translation of CONNECT Module 1: Embedded Interventions? Raquel Corval from Portugal shares her experience on using CONNECT Module 1 with her learners. Read about what she did and share your examples.

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Discussions by CONNECT Module

Module 1
Embedded Interventions
Module 2
Module 3
Communication for Collaboration
Module 4
Family-Professional Partnership
Embedding Module 1 into an In-Service Setting
by Sandy Ginther and Linda Robinson

Setting: In-Service
Primary discipline: Early childhood special education
Format: Face-to-Fac
Transition and Therapy Services
by Christine Myers
(10+ comments)

Setting: 4-year IHE
Primary discipline: Occupational Therap
Communication – it’s more than just words
by Hatice Dogan
(20+ comments)

Setting: Graduate
Primary discipline: Early childhood
Course: Families and Teams (Interdisciplinary)
Format: Face-to-Face
Using Module 4 Family-Professional Partnerships to Enhance Students’ Understanding of Families and the NAEYC Professional Preparation Standards
by Nancy Grausam
(30+ comments)

Setting: 2-year IHE
Primary discipline: Early childhood
Course: Young Children with Special Needs
Format: Face-to-Face
Embedding Module 1 into a College Course
by Johnna Darragh

Setting: 2-year IHE
Primary discipline: Early childhood
Courses: Introduction to ECE, Introduction to Special Education
Format: Online and Face-to-Fa
CONNECT Module on Transition Supports National EC Priorities
by Rena Hallam
(20+ comments)
Setting: 4-year IHE
Primary discipline: Early childhood
Subject: Early childhood policie
Using CONNECT Modules to teach graduate students how they can use evidence based practices
by Susan Fowler
(10+ comments)

Setting: Graduate
Primary discipline: Special Education
Format: Hybrid (Face-to-Face and Online)
Module 5
Assistive Technology Interventions
Module 6
Dialogic Reading Practices
 Module 7
Tiered Instruction
Using CONNECT Module 5: Assistive Technology Interventions in an Online Course
by Kathy Allen
(5+ comments) Using Assistive Technology Interventions with Young Children
by Dale Epstein
(5+ comments)
Using CONNECT Module to Help Preservice Teachers Implement Dialogic Reading Practices
by Sharon Palsha
(5+ comments)
Using CONNECT Module 7: Tiered Instruction in an Online Course
by Cathy Collie

Additional CONNECT Modules Discussions

Beyond the Inner Circle: Busting Barriers to Implementation of the CONNECT Modules By Marilou Hyson
CONNECT Modules provide a rich resource to faculty and PD providers, so why doesn’t everyone use them?  Are there new ways to “slice and dice” the CONNECT Module pie?  Join Marilou Hyson for a discussion about barriers to module use and ways to bust through those barriers.
Where I started Posted by Lisa Stein
Lisa Stein from Atlantic Cape Community College shares her story about getting started with CONNECT Modules and invites you to share your examples and questions. Links to CONNECT Module instructor support materials are provide as well.

CONNECT Modules: An International Perspective Posted by Raquel Corval

Raquel Corval, a visiting scholar from Portugal, discusses cross-cultural implications of using the CONNECT Modules in her home country.

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