Program Management

Management systems inform and influence the quality of Head Start and other early childhood programs' service delivery. Use these resources for large or small group training. Other resources are self-directed modules that can be used individually.

Health

The quality of health services depends on the knowledge, skills, and experience of program staff and consultants.  Goal of the professional development resources is to support Health Managers as they work with program staff and partners to strengthen health systems and services.

Early Learning Domains

Education managers and other professional development staff can use the training resources below to help teachers and caregivers enhance children's learning across the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework domains.

Infant and Toddler Online Associate Degree Courses

The Office of Head Start, in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati and its partners, funded an Innovation and Improvement Grant, to develop an infant and toddler curriculum that can be accessed by institutions of higher learning across the country. The curriculum consists of courses in simple module form that incorporate the latest research and expertise in online learning. The courses may be used to develop an infant and toddler associate degree focused completely on infant and toddler care and development.

 

Highly Individualized Teaching and Learning

These 15-minute In-service Suites are a professional development resource for staff in busy, active early childhood centers and programs. They are organized around one topic or big idea and address effective teaching and assessment practices.

Infant and Toddler Online Associate Degree Curriculum Overview

OHS funded an Innovation and Improvement Grant with the University of Cincinnati and its partners to develop infant and toddler associate degree distance learning courses. They offer a way to increase professional development options and qualifications for staff working with infants and toddlers.