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Why Professional Development?

Professional Development, like its name implies, is doing something or making an effort to enhance or add to your contribution in your chosen profession or career.

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Building Your Portfolio

Portfolios are important in any profession. They outline your training and achievements.

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Resources for Educators - winter 2017

Resources and helpful websites for the educator.

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Resources for Educators - Fall 2013

Books and Websites.

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Resources for Educators - summer 2014

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The What, Why and How of Continuous Professional Learning

The College has designed a self-reflective and self-directed framework for continuous professional learning to support RECEs in their ongoing learning. 

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Child Guidance & The Registered Early Childhood Educator

Guidance is the way we provide information and direction to children and should be clear, direct, and consistent.

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Guidance the Social Emotional Factor

A positive learning climate in a school for young children is a composite of many things. 

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Tool: Self Care Maintenance Plan

A “Self Care Maintenance Plan” refers to the activities that you have identified as important to your wellbeing and that you have committed to engage in on a regular basis to take care of yourself.

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Looking For Professional Development Opportunities?

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Resources - Winter 2015

All the suggested Resources for Educators in this edition of Keeping In Touch are available in the Special Needs Resource Library at the Boys & Girls Club of East Scarborough.

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Resources for Educators - Summer 2015

Resources for Educators

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Understanding the Four Frames of Learning

Preparing children in child care for full day kindergarten is an important role of the Registered Early Childhood Educator.

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Resources for Educators - spring/summer 2012

Resources for educators.

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Summer Programming and Changes in Routines ~ Supporting Best Outcomes

Over the past five years, some research has been completed to look at practices to insure the “best outcomes” for children when changes in routines within group care occur. 

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Resources for Educators

Here are a few suggested books that will assist you when planning for outdoor summer programming for different age groups.

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