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The importance of professional development within the early childhood education requires  quality training, support, understanding trends, issues, needs and problems that directly and indirectly affect our field. “Professional preparation and ongoing professional development (PD) for the early childhood education workforce is essential to providing high-quality services to children and families” (NAEYC, 2011).

  • Designed using evidence-based “Best Practices”

  • Support a consistency of quality among early childhood educators.

  • Improve performance by implementing hands on learning and implementation.

  • Heighten awareness of respect, education and listening to children and co-workers alike.

  • Build relationships with individuals, organizations, and business that will help to fulfill the needs of the educator and program.

  • Fees Derterminded during Initial Consultation

  • Consistent with the principles of adult learning; and structured to promote linkages between research, theory, and practice.

  • Respond to each learner’s background (including cultural, linguistic, and ability), experiences, and the current context of her role and professional goals).

  • Include resources to ensure access for all (NAEYC, 2011).

  •  Written to meet the 120-clock hour requirement for the Council For Professional Recognition.

  • S.T.A.R Inc. incorporates a combination of hands-on activities, role-playing exercises, videos, PowerPoint presentation, handouts, large and small group discussions, among other instructional methods and tools to accommodate different learning styles.

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