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Training Name: Moving the Needle: Boosting Children’s Outcomes Through Teacher Competencies
Training Description: Center and Family Child Care Early Childhood Teachers and Directors (working in Alameda County only) are invited to learn an overview of the California Childhood Educator Competencies. The Competencies describe the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that Early Childhood Educators need in order to provide high quality care and education to young children and their families. Utilizing the Competencies you will work with a California Early Childhood Mentor Program Mentor to create an action plan for your professional development. After the 10 session, in person series series participants will recieve a $400 stipend. 
Training Sponsor: California Early Childhood Mentor Program (CECMP)
Training Sponsor Contact: Ms. Neva Bandelow
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Training Contact Name: Brooke Giesen
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Training Contact Phone Number: (510) 723-6622
Training Hours: 34.00 Clock hours
Primary Knowledge Area: Professionalism
Other Knowledge Areas: Child Development and Learning
Is this a Gateways Passport Training?: No

Event Information:

Instructor Name: Brooke Giesen
Event Type: Classroom/Face-to-Face
Event Start Date: 12/10/2022 09:00 AM
Event End Date: 06/03/2023 01:00 PM
Event Location: Chabot College Building 400
Event Address: 25555 Hesperian Blvd Hayward CA
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Language of Instruction: English
Event Notes: California Early Childhood Mentor Program, with ACOE, is offering a Community of Practice Series

Who: Early Childhood Teachers, Directors, including FCC

Where: Saturdays, in person at Chabot College, Hayward, CA

When: December 10th 9am-1pm

January 21st and 28th 9-12pm each

February 4th and 11th 9-12pm each

March 4th and 11th 9-12pm each

April 1st 9am-1pm

May 20th 9am-1pm

June 3rd 9am-1pm

What: An overview of the California Early Childhood Educator Competencies, which describe the knowledge, skills and dispositions that early childhood educators need in order to provide high quality care and education to young children and their families, will be provided.

In collaboration with a Mentor, co-develop a plan of action based on your reflections of the competencies and your practice

Reflect in community on the intersections of theory and practice

Why: Attain Professional Development hours to support permit and/or ongoing learning requirements, build community with other ECE professionals, and have an opportunity to be supported by a Mentor.

Bonus: Participants receive $400 upon completion of the series!

Enrollment Information:

Event Cost: $0.00
Capacity: 20
# Enrolled: 20
# Waitlisted: 17