Early Head Start National Resource Center

The 17th Annual Virtual Birth to Three Institute (vBTT) was a five-week online professional development experience that that ran from May 28 – June 27, 2013. Each week addressed one content track and consisted of one plenary webcast and two corresponding webinars. The theme of the Institute was “Nurturing the Foundations for Success with Children and Families.” Each session is now available as part of the vBTT Archive.

Content Tracks:

  • Inclusive Child Development
  • Child Health and Prenatal Services
  • Family and Community Partnerships
  • Management and Professional Development
  • Home Visiting and Family Child Care

Access the Archive

The sessions are now available to view on demand. Watch any or all of the 17 video presentations to meet your individual professional development needs. Visit http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/ehsnrc/btt/archive.html to get started.

Who Should View the Institute?

The vBTT Institute benefits an array of audience members, including: Head Start, Early Head Start, Migrant and Seasonal Head Start, and American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start program staff, parents, directors, managers, and administrators; T/TA managers; T/TA providers; federal and Regional Office staff; state and national collaboration directors; child care administrators and providers; and community partners interested in the care and education of young children.

Continuing Education Units

Participants will have a second chance to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs). For an $80 fee, viewers can access the assessments for each of the webcast and webinar sessions that comprise the vBTT Institute. More information is available on the Archive page.


Select the link for more information and to review frequently asked questions: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/ehsnrc/btt/faq.html. Please send any additional questions or concerns to BTTinfo@zerotothree.org.

Source: Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center

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