Other trainings


Training opportunities through other agencies or partners of the R3P

will be posted here.


 

Announcing the “Unpacking Coaching” Webinar Series!

This webinar series will provide information, strategies, and discussions related to the implementation of practice-based coaching and the Pyramid Model.

Registration is limited to 100 participants.  
If you want to attend the live event, register today (these fill quickly).
Can’t see the live webinar? We will record all webinars and post on the NCPMI web site for later viewing.

The Power of Practice Based Coaching in Supporting Early Educators’ Use of the Pyramid Model

July 16, 2018

12:00-1:00 PT | 1:00 – 2:00 MT | 2:00 – 3:00 CST | 3:00-4:00 EST

This first webinar will provide an overview of practice-based coaching (PBC) and how it is used within preschool programs. We have 3 coaches that will discuss their experiences in using PBC to support preschool classroom teachers.

Info and Registration

Fellowship Opportunity – Apply Now To be an Early Educator Leadership Fellow

At UMass Boston’s Post Master’s Certificate Program in

Early Education Research, Policy, and Practice

Deadline: July 1, 2018

What: The Early Educator Leadership Fellowship is a 2 year leadership development opportunity for experienced early educators who are working in the field.  The fellowship supports this cohort-based 12-graduate credit course of study, focused on developing knowledge, skills, and competencies to design and lead improvement and innovation in early education research, policy, and/or practice.  This 12-credit certificate fully transfers into our Ph.D. program in Early Childhood Education and Care, for those who may be interested in considering that as a next step.  The cohort takes one course each semester, for 4 consecutive semesters. The Fellowship offers up to $5000 toward the tuition costs of completing the Post Master’s Certificate Program.  The Fellowship covers up to 75% of the tuition for each of the four courses in the program, with one course each semester, over a 2-year period.  Selected Leadership Fellows must commit to paying the balance of the tuition for each course.

 

Who:  If you have a master’s degree, and work in early care and education sector, you are eligible to apply to the Post Master’s Certificate Program.  To qualify for the fellowship, you must work in an early childhood education program serving birth to five, and preference is made for those working in the city of Boston and/or in programs serving low income children.

 

How:  You must apply to the Post Master’s Certificate Program, and indicate your interest in being considered for the Early Educator Leadership Fellowship in your letter of intent.  Then you will need to complete a brief fellowship application survey separate from your admissions application to assess your eligibility for the fellowship. The admissions committee will review all applicants.  We will select up to 8 Fellows from those admitted to the Post Master’s Certificate Program.

 

For More Information:  contact Lynne Mendes at lynne.mendes@umb.edu (617-287-4852) or go to: https://www.umb.edu/academics/cehd/curriculum/grad/certificate_program_in_early_education_research_policy_and_practice

 


 


Course for Administrators, PK & K educators

http://www.mass.gov/edu/birth-grade-12/early-education-and-care/curriculum-and-learning/pre-school-and-kindergarten-standards.html

Online Course

Family Engagement in Social Emotional Learning

WHO: Administrators from Public Preschool, Kindergarten,

and Community-Based Education and Care programs. TOPIC: Providing training for families on supporting social and

emotional and approaches to play and learning at home. WHEN: July 7- July 20, 2018

WHERE: Online

YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jody Figuerido will be your instructor for this course. She has extensive experience in the field of early childhood education and she teaches college classes, provides training, coaching, and program support for early childhood and out of school time programs. Read more about Dr. Figuerido at iepd.org.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

This short course is designed to enable participants to offer a family/parent workshop on supporting children’s social and emotional (SEL) and approaches to play and learning (APL) at home. The course is founded on the MA Social & Emotional and Approaches to Play and Learning Standards. Participants will complete online exercises, readings, vignettes and review of concrete examples of how parents and caregivers can support children in social and emotional and approaches to play and learning. A training/manual/facilitator’s guide will be included as a resource, so participants may offer a family/parent workshop.

This online course is completed in approximately 4 hours over two weeks – complete at your convenience during course dates. A certificate of completion will be provided after successful completion (including completing the course evaluation).

HOW TO REGISTER: Please register using

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4bacae2ca4fe

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For more information or how to register, please

contact: j.figuerido@iepd.org or

b.doubrava@iepd.org.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 6, 2018


Course for Administrators or PK or K educators with 1 CEU or 10 PDPs!

http://www.mass.gov/edu/birth-grade-12/early-education-and-care/curriculum-and-learning/pre-school-and-kindergarten-standards.html

Online Introductory Course on the MA Standards

for Pre-K and K Social and Emotional Learning

(SEL) and Approaches to Play and Learning (APL)

WHO: Administrators from Public Preschool, Kindergarten,

and Community-Based Education and Care programs. TOPIC: Introductory Course on the Massachusetts Standards for

Preschool and Kindergarten in the Domains of Social and

Emotional Learning (SEL) and Approaches to Play and

Learning (APL). WHEN: August 6 – September 9, 2018

WHERE: Online

YOUR INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jody Figuerido will be your instructor for this course. She has extensive experience in the field of early childhood education and she teaches college classes, provides training, coaching, and program support for early childhood and out of school time programs. Read more about Dr. Figuerido at iepd.org.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

This ten-hour ONLINE introductory course is designed

to familiarize participants with the MA Pre-K and K SEL

and APL Standards.

 

CEU fee is $20/person in addition to course fee.

HOW TO REGISTER: Please register using

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4bacae2ca4fe3-

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For more information or how to register, please contact:

j.figuerido@iepd.org

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 1, 2018

 


ONLINE Introductory Course on the MA
Standards for Pre-K and K Social and Emotional
Learning (SEL) and Approaches to Play and
Learning (APL)

$100 Course for Early
Educators providing 1 CEUor 10 PDPs.

This ten-hour introductory course is designed to familiarize and help early educators gain a better understanding of the new MA Pre-K and K SEL and APL Standards and how to begin incorporating them into their settings. This online course provides an overview of the SEL-APL Standards and will include readings, videos and vignettes. In addition to participation in this ten-hourintroductory course, participants will be required to complete postings on an online discussion board, weekly assignments, an assessment of learning and an evaluation form. CEU and PDP certificates will be provided after all course requirements are completed. If you request a CEU, an additional fee of $20 is required for the CEU certificate through MCLA.
HOW TO REGISTER:
For more information or how to register, please
contact: caroline.blackman@gmail.com Fills quickly
so register ASAP.
Deadline to Register: 7/12/18

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