Training for Professional Development Providers

 Upcoming Training for Providers of Professional Development

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New York State Core Body of Knowledge Professional Development Series

This series examines the beliefs, content and organization of the Core Body of Knowledge (CBK) developed by New York Works for Children (NYWFC) and how it relates to professional development.

Session Descriptions

Introductory Course: Part 1 & 2

Participants will explore how the CBK is to be used as the foundation for professional preparation and development of New York’s early childhood workforce and how it fits into the broader scope of training and coaching protocols. The CBK can also provide a framework for supervisors and trainers to evaluate performance of individual staff and supports the planning of professional development to ensure that it is intentional and relevant to the strengths, interests and needs of each teacher. The workshop will include a review of materials; small group discussions; and hands-on, interactive activities to help trainers develop meaningful professional development opportunities.

Trainer Institute: Part 3 & 4

This is Part 3 and 4 of a six part series for current and aspiring NYS T-TAP Professional  Development Specialists.  Participants will build upon the work completed in the introductory course (Parts 1 and 2) of the series that focused on using the CBK as the foundation of professional preparation and development of New York’s early childhood workforce and training protocols.

In Parts 3 and 4, participants will identify areas of expertise to develop trainings, work dynamically within a small group to implement all the aspects of the training development process, and have an opportunity to engage in peer review of the trainings that were developed and presented.

Trainer Institute: Part 5 & 6

Building on the initial 4-day Trainer’s Institute, days 5 and 6 will dig deeper into the actual intentionality of planning a high-quality professional development session that is responsive to participant needs and aligned to the NYS CBK. Day 5 will involve unpacking and debriefing the choices, methods, priorities, and modifications that were used by the facilitators in the presentation of Days 1 – 4. Day 6 will provide participants the opportunity to engage in facilitator supported peer review of participants’ own previously developed and presented professional development session.

This session has 12 hours of Adult Learning and Theory content.

Coaching Institute: Part 3 & 4

This course introduces early childhood professional development providers to the New York State Core Body of Knowledge (CBK). Content covers how the CBK is structured and how trainers and coaches can use the core competencies to plan, guide, and develop professional development experiences.

This is Part 3 and 4 of a four part series for aspiring NYS T-TAP Coaches that examines the beliefs, content, and organization of the NYS Coaching Competencies. Participants will build upon the work completed in Parts 1 and 2 of the series that focused on using the CBK as the foundation of professional preparation and development of New York’s early childhood workforce.

In Parts 3 and 4, participants will identify areas of expertise to guide their coaching process and work dynamically within a small group to examine and practice all the aspects of the NYS Coaching Competencies.

During this 12-hour session, you will receive 4 hours of adult learning and theory credit.

calendarUpcoming Dates for the Core Body of Knowledge Series

The 2018 New York State Core Body of Knowledge Professional Development Series will be held at NYAEYC, 230 Washington Avenue Extension, Albany, NY 12203

Introductory to the Core Body of Knowledge (Days 1&2)
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 & Thursday, June 28, 2018; 9:00am-4:00pm

The Core Body of Knowledge Coaching Institute (Days 3&4)
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 & Thursday, July 26, 2018; 9:00am-4:00pm

The Core Body of Knowledge Trainer Institute (Days 3&4)
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 & Thursday, August 2, 2018; 9:00am-4:00pm

The Core Body of Knowledge Trainer Institute (Days 5&6)
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 & Thursday, September 13, 2018; 9:00am-4:00pm

PAYMENT POLICY
Registration requires payment by credit card, we accept MasterCard or Visa only.  If you prefer to pay by check, please mail to NYAEYC a minimum of 10-days prior to the scheduled event.  Checks returned to NYAEYC unpaid will incur a $25.00 processing fee.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY
Fees are non-refundable 10-days prior to the event.  Cancellation prior to 10-day deadline will incur a $30 processing charge.  Telephone cancellation is not accepted; please notify us in writing, at amills@nysayec.org.  Refunds for cancellations will not be processed until after the event.

In the event of low enrollment (less than 20 participants), NYAEYC will cancel the event and refund the fee to each participant.

Adult Learning and Theory Online Training Opportunities

 

Below is a short list of online Adult Learning and Theory training opportunities. If you have additional

Literacy Information and Communication System

Adult education online courses.  LINCS offers self-paced online courses for adult education practitioners. These courses are available for use anytime, anywhere on the LINCS Learning Portal.

 

Learning Forward

Learning Forward’s online courses give you access to in-depth online learning – on your own schedule! You’ll dig deeply into core topics in professional learning through interactive presentations, videos, readings from some of the leading thinkers in the field, and more.

The course titled “Planning and Designing Professional Learning” is 10 hours of Adult Learning and Theory Credit.

 

Capella Online Professional Development Course

Course title “Adult Learning and Theory”

Focus on developing the skill of integrating adult learning theory and current research-based best practices into professional development program planning. Evaluate how to facilitate professional learning and professional development using the six principles of adult learning theory.

 

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