Primary Presenter Brief Bio

Shucrea Victor-Cameron is the owner of Intentional Teaching Consulting Services. Our mission is to transform early childcare professional practice through intentional teaching by building on evidence-based exemplary strategies. Shucrea is also a Doctoral Candidate investigating the efficacy of the school readiness program and the training being used, called TS GOLD® in southeastern, Florida. Shucrea successfully trained and coached early childhood professionals in the state of Florida. Shucrea has 10 years of experience as an early childhood professional, which provided her with a great deal of knowledge and first-hand experience. Furthermore, she supported her region with the implementation of school-based interventions such as The Creative Curriculum®, Teaching Strategies GOLD®, Conscious Discipline®, and CLASS® to ensure children's needs were being met. Shucrea is also a first-grade teacher for Broward County Public Schools. Her role as an educator is to put school readiness on the forefront. By doing so, she speaks at regional and state conferences to ensure the developmental and educational needs of children are being met by building on evidence-based exemplary practices focused on the child, the family, the teacher, and the learning environment.

Type of Presentation

Workshop

Topic Category

Strand 3: Intentional Teaching Strategies

Targeted Age Group

Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Kindergarten

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center, Family Child Care, Early Intervention Providers

Brief Session Description

Intentional teachers are purposeful, planful, and thoughtful. Participants will learn about the four best practices for intentional teaching: 1) observing, 2) planning responsively, 3) organizing the learning environment, and 4) collaborating with parents. Participants will develop a plan to utilize each intentional teaching practice to help them become more deliberate and intentional when interacting with young children.

Full Session Description

Intentional teaching requires wide-ranging knowledge about how children develop and learn. Intentional teaching doesn’t happen by chance, intentionality is a result of being deliberate. Moreover, it requires early childhood professionals to be inspired, equipped and supported. Early childhood professionals will be provided with BEST intentional teaching practices to guide them through an organized scope and sequence that supports targeted teaching and outcomes.

Start Date

23-1-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

23-1-2021 11:45 AM

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Observation Planning Form

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Guide to Responsive Interactions Throughout the Day

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Jan 23rd, 11:00 AM Jan 23rd, 11:45 AM

Best Practices for Intentional Teaching

Intentional teachers are purposeful, planful, and thoughtful. Participants will learn about the four best practices for intentional teaching: 1) observing, 2) planning responsively, 3) organizing the learning environment, and 4) collaborating with parents. Participants will develop a plan to utilize each intentional teaching practice to help them become more deliberate and intentional when interacting with young children.