Practice Improvement Tools: Environment (ECTA)
Young children who have or are at risk for developmental delays/disabilities learn, play, and engage with adults and peers within a multitude of environments such as home, school, child care, and the neighborhood. Environmental practices refer to aspects of the space, materials (toys, books, etc.), equipment, routines, and activities that practitioners and families can intentionally alter to support each child's learning across developmental domains.
This page include Practice Checklists, Environment Practice Guides for Practitioners, and Environment Practice Guides for Families.