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Mississippi’s Infant and Toddler Inclusion Network
Project MITIN seeks to promote high quality inclusion services for infants and toddlers in Mississippi!
Through professional development opportunities, early childhood educators gain understanding and knowledge of inclusion and overall development of infants and toddlers so ALL children are better prepared physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively.
Professional Development Opportunities
Early childhood educators who attend the mini-conferences will receive 2 age specific child care contact hours for attending “Reaching Optimal Development for ALL Infants and Toddlers” and 2 general child care contact hours for attending sessions on inclusion.
Distance Learning on Specific Developmental Disabilities
Distance learning can be acquired by requesting a hard copy of the workshop which includes a DVD of the workshop.
Through on-going technical assistance, early childhood educators will be taught how to adapt and modify curriculum and daily routines for the specific needs of infants and toddlers so that developmental outcomes are increased. Additionally, Project MITIN can provide low-tech assistive technology to infants and toddlers who need extra support!
MITIN Training Modules can be downloaded and viewed on your computer.