The framework and philosophy of developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) when teaching young children is based on available knowledge about learning and development that occurs from birth to age nine.
While early learning professionals base their interactions with children on these principles, other adults who interact with young children may not be familiar with this information.…
Experience the future of learning through a collection of hands-on, relevant and engaging educational experiences with the 2018 Remake Learning Days.
Take part in the Implementers’ Forum, addressing PA school and early childhood program systems.
The program includes:
Guided by the staff at Trying Together, Come Play! is an opportunity for family and group child care providers to bring their enrolled children for hands-on professional development
Trying Together has launched our 2017–18 Policy Agenda with nine priorities to:
Do What’s Best for Children
To accomplish this work, we need supporters who will join us to raise their voices, use traditional and social media, and meet with policy makers.
We need to remember that children are trying, too—trying to understand their feelings and their world, trying to please the people they love, trying to grow. When grownups and children are trying together, just about anything can be possible.