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We’re excited to offer a new training in embedded professional development, part of the Educare Best Practices Training each month. By participating in this cohort you will experience three consecutive full days that will not only lay the foundation to this approach but walk away with the key ingredients of design and implementation of Embedded Professional Development (EPD). We’ve seen the benefits of this type of learning, and we want to share what’s worked in our programs.
Our facilitators will share the latest research in job-embedded models of professional development (PD). Our training supports early learning programs in meeting rigorous standards for quality.
What is the purpose of the training?
The training will help teams of leaders and staff learn about opportunities for collaboration in day-to-day work and strategies for implementing these opportunities into their programs. This training will help participants identify and analyze areas for improvement, set goals, and implement routines and systems that support continuous program improvement.
What will early childhood professionals learn?
Participants will learn:
What are the benefits for staff?
What are the benefits for program leaders?
Who should attend?
Why is Educare offering this training?
We share the early childhood education community’s commitment to ensure that more young children can attend high-quality learning programs. Through our national network of effective early learning schools, professional development initiatives and federal and state advocacy efforts, Educare strives to increase access to quality early childhood education for children across the country.
In this training, we will share the latest research as well as what we’ve learned about embedded professional development.
If you have completed The HOW of Job-Embedded Professional Development course offered through the Georgia Training Institute, we would love to hear your feedback and evaluation! Please click the link below to complete the survey/evaluation.