Revitalize Your Staff! Promoting Excellence in Early Childhood Education
Pre-school and Kindergarten Planet's Professional Development programs for Pre-School Educators provide high quality content and teaching methods that can be applied in the classroom for all types of learners. Our professional development programs help teachers adopt better, more effective teaching practices!
Our Professional Development Programs help preschools fulfill state licensing requirements. Professional Development of staff members contributes to the ability of a preschool facility to provide a high quality Pre-School Education to their students. Training can help staff members improve their skills and learn how to manage a program effectively. Good training programs offer fresh and interesting ideas for activities and help staff members grow as professionals by teaching practical ideas that can be implemented in classrooms. Simply put, training is an important part of keeping a program alive and healthy.
Our training is designed to increase an educator’s skills and knowledge and assist the educator in gaining new competencies in his or her profession. Professional development may fulfill the annual number of hours required by regulations to maintain a license, registration or credential, and/or may result in college credit, or CEU's that lead to career advancement.
Childcare workers play an important role in children's development by caring for them when their parents are at work. They are responsible for organizing activities and implementing curriculum that stimulates children's physical, emotional, and intellectual growth. Research continues to demonstrate that the care and guidance provided for children during the first years of their lives plays a critical role in their future success. Crucial brain development takes place in children from birth to age three, and how parents and caregivers nurture this development can greatly affect not only the child's fundamental emotional well being, but also cultivate personal, academic and social skills. Teachers help children explore individual interests, develop independence, build self esteem, learn how to get along with others and prepare for more formal schooling. Helping children grow, learn and gain new skills can be very rewarding.