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IECMHC RAC #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Trieu, Children's Inst, she/her
31:24
Same as Meredith. As support staff and not on the RAC, I will go off camera, but I'm here!
Amber Oldridge
31:57
Hi, I am Amber Oldridge . I am a childcare provider in Grants Pass and I am loving the heat.
Jennifer Hook CCR&R Umatilla,Union & Morrow
32:08
Good Morning Jennifer Hook CCR&R Umatilla, Union and Morrow Counties
Katrina Miller, ELD (she/her)
32:11
Katrina Miller, ELD -- love gardening in the sunny weather!
Leslee Barnes she/her/hers
32:18
Leslee Barnes- Director Preschool Early Learning Division Mult. Co---Not enough sun for me!
Carrie Ruggles-Abrajan she/her/hers
32:37
Carrie Ruggles Parent of children in EI and Preschool.Loving the kids being outside!
Remember Watts
32:50
Remy Watts, ELD - training for a half marathon and so grateful for the beautiful weather to enjoy it
Dominic Paz
32:54
Good Morning, I like to sit in secret garden in my backyard. Dominic Paz @ ELSI
Martina Jallad/مارتينا جلاد
32:55
Martina Jallad/CCR&R Washington County, Quality Improvement Specialist. Loving this warm weather!
Carey McCann
32:57
Good Morning! Carey, BUILD. Love sitting outside with a cup of coffee.
Jon Reeves, (he/him), Early Learning Division
33:11
Good morning, Jon Reeves, Early Learning Division, off camera as a support to the meeting if needed. With the sun I am most excited about being out in the yard, pulling weeds and spreading bark - my only exercise.
Erin(she/her) ORIMHA
33:45
Erin Kinavey Wennerstrom ORIMHA_ some tomatoes and peppers in the garden
Allison Delorey (she/her)
33:54
Good morning! Allison, ELD Child Care Labor Liaison. I've been taking a lot of long neighborhood walks!
Katrina Miller, ELD (she/her)
34:45
Survey here: https://forms.office.com/r/BtgDYBCPXp
Blanca Morgan
36:04
Hello Everyone. I am Blanca Morgan- Childcare Provider in Albany OR. It is a beautiful day here
Karina Guzmán Ortiz | she, her, ella
36:37
Karina- ELD, I'm loving morning sunshine walks with my dog!
Lauren Sigman
36:50
Lauren Sigman, Lincoln County SD and Linn-Benton-Lincoln Early Learning Hub. Spring is FINALLY here on the coast :)
Remember Watts
37:56
Answer the poll regarding affinity groups for today's meeting here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=GBT1tGmyokmTWvpUv1hPyMkjnhG-YehKkShHl0gTL1lUMkJRMEFKNEE1NzRGSEtSSjZOV1FYMjBRQy4uAnswer the poll to schedule our fifth RAC meeting here: https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/b4xAr2kb
Remember Watts
39:52
Eep! To everyone completing the poll for the fifth RAC: my mistake, we are NOT trying to meet on Sunday the 12 :) updating for those times on Monday the 13!
Remember Watts
41:21
Once again, so sorry to those of you who responded thinking that we were trying to schedule a fifth meeting on a Sunday -- poll is updated to reflect the REAL date, Monday the 13 https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/b4xAr2kb
Remember Watts
51:57
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=GBT1tGmyokmTWvpUv1hPyMkjnhG-YehKkShHl0gTL1lUMkJRMEFKNEE1NzRGSEtSSjZOV1FYMjBRQy4u
Carey McCann
52:28
Definitions are also in your handouts that Remy emailed out with the agenda yesterday.
Remember Watts
01:15:37
We did not have enough signed up in one of our groups, so we last-minute got rid of it! So sorry to group 4 for being mis-numbered :)
Dominic Paz (he, him, él) @ ELSI
01:22:03
Thank you Leslee for volunteering
Allison Delorey (she/her)
01:26:10
“Culturally responsive” means a person, policy or approach that is respectful of, and relevant to, the beliefs, practices, culture and linguistic needs of diverse populations and communities whose members identify as having particular cultural or linguistic affiliations by virtue of their place of birth, ancestry or ethnic origin, religion, preferred language or language spoken at home. Cultural responsiveness describes the capacity to respond to the issues of diverse communities at the individual, professional, organizational, and systemic levels.
Allison Delorey (she/her)
01:26:33
“Inclusion” means the values, policies, and practices that create opportunities for every young child and their family, regardless of race, appearance, language, or ability, to participate in a broad range of activities and be supported to engage as full members of families, communities, and society. The desired result of inclusion is that all children and their families feel a sense of belonging and membership, develop positive social relationships and friendships, and experience learning that engages the individual child’s development. The defining features of inclusion that can be used to identify high quality early childhood programs and services are access, participation, and supports.
Allison Delorey (she/her)
01:27:01
“Inclusive practices” means early care and education providers, technical assistance providers, and IECMH consultants intentionally and authentically promote the inclusion of all young children and their families regardless of race, appearance, language or ability.
Allison Delorey (she/her)
01:27:48
“Positive racial identity development” means that young children are aware of and experience positive feelings about their racial identity, including feeling good about their biological heritage, physical appearance, cultural affiliation, and personal experiences.
Remember Watts
02:17:29
Dominic -- that's what our group said as well!
Dominic Paz (he, him, él) @ ELSI
02:18:50
Thanks Leslee, the ADA point was very important.
Jennifer Hook CCR&R Umatilla,Union & Morrow
02:23:12
I liked the format today
Dominic Paz (he, him, él) @ ELSI
02:23:45
I liked our format today also
Carrie Ruggles-Abrajan she/her/hers
02:23:59
I like this format today also.
Remember Watts
02:24:02
Please submit your availability for meeting 5 here! https://doodle.com/meeting/participate/id/b4xAr2kb
Lauren Sigman
02:25:31
Thank you!
Martina Jallad/مارتينا جلاد
02:25:34
Thank you all!
Dominic Paz (he, him, él) @ ELSI
02:25:42
Thank you !
Remember Watts
02:25:42
https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/aa334e86727244fea72552f65b5045ff for feedback!