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Please note: HighScope & Creative Curriculum have a large suite of free webinars available, hosted on their respective sites. If you are in need of training in either curriculum, we encourage you to view their websites below! 

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DEEL-Hosted Webinars


Training title: Inclusion Series 1 of 3: Benefits of Inclusion in Early Learning Settings and the Building Blocks Framework

TrainerThe Haring Center for Inclusive Education 

Recording date: 8/26/2020


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Training title: Inclusion Series 2 of 3: Environmental Modifications to Address Challenging Behaviors

TrainerThe Haring Center for Inclusive Education 

Recording date: 9/28/2020

Free Webinars from Partners & External Organizations

Please note: Some webinars are offered by outside organizations and are provided as a free resource for informational purposes only. The views and beliefs contained are not necessarily that of the City of Seattle.

Early Learning Webinars from Cultivate Learning's 2020 Virtual Institute

Cultivate Learning at the University of Washington has established itself as a bridge between research and practice, and has emerged as an institution that delivers guidance and expertise in multiple aspects of early learning and expanded learning opportunities. 


Sessions at this year's virtual institute, held on June 8-12th, 2020, are currently available to view on-demand, free of charge, courtesy of Cultivate Learning. Sessions are available in English, Spanish, and Somali.



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