Much as a blueprint provides an architect with the plans for a building, a guidance policy provides you with a plan for creating an organizational structure that supports social and emotional development, and family partnerships.
Think for a minute about your behavior guidance policy. Is it structured to create consistency across your program? Does it provide your staff step-by-step guidelines ensuring that all children learn the social and emotional skills to be successful? Does it limit or stop suspension and expulsion? Does it promote practices that are developmentally and culturally appropriate?
This webinar will help you design a ‘blueprint’ for action’ that aligns with the state regulations, and includes the essentials for an effective, high quality behavior guidance policy.