Keeping up with the efforts to advance early childhood education as a professional field of practice, during this webinar we will explore current trends in the early childhood education workforce. Participants will be apprised of a national initiative - Power to the Profession - and how the initiative is gaining momentum to change societal perception of early childhood educators.
Early learning programs experience high turnover, therefore, tracking and managing staff retention rate should be a best practice for early learning program leaders. Understanding turnover and being informed of the value to track retention rate, and to apply successful retention strategies to manage staff turnover benefits early learning programs. Program leaders see positive results that save time, money, and ensures stability.
Building positive relationships is an important aspect of a leader’s work. Interactions with all stakeholders – families, community members, board members, and staff – occur daily in early childhood programs. Learn easy to implement, effective communication approaches to nurture and build trusting relationships.
Professional learning plans should not be created with a one‐size‐fits‐all approach. Each early childhood educator has different goals and learning needs. Join us to learn tips to develop strategic and systematic personalized professional learning plans for early childhood educators!