Find out which states the iPD partnered with to provide professional development approval for courses. This includes detailed information about which iPD courses are approved to meet state requirements.
Learn how several states embed practice-based coaching (PBC) into their professional development system and use the Coaching Companion. Hear lessons learned from implementing the PBC process.
Discover how to use the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) tools to plan professional development. Find ways to help staff in supporting children’s development and learning in the ELOF domains.
In this resource, find out how state early childhood workforce registries work. Learn about the distinct functions they use to collect and share data on the early childhood workforce.
Early Childhood Workforce: Career Pathway Goals and Strategies for Developing, Improving, and Evaluating Higher Education Articulation Agreements
Use this resource to learn how to connect articulation work to strategies for developing and supporting state articulation goals. Also, find resources to assist states in this effort.
Professional development systems provide consistent standards for early childhood education (ECE) programs and guide implementation of high-quality services for all children. The systems are designed to work across all sectors of private and public early education and care.
In this webinar, find out how ECE programs are working together to improve child outcomes by transforming early childhood teacher development. It provides an overview of the competency-based higher education online and in-person courses.
Mentoring in Head Start programs offers a number of advantages including training opportunities, career advancement, and the ability to exchange ideas with other master teachers. Human resources and senior staff can learn how to individualize personnel through training and development.
Explore staff development focused on gaining knowledge and skills related to job performance in early childhood education (ECE) programs. The Office of Head Start requires a minimum of 15 clock hours of professional development per year.