The Bright Futures Scholarship Program, from Bright Horizons, supports the field of early childhood education by offering scholarships for future teachers to enable students of great promise to continue pursuing their dreams of caring for, teaching, and inspiring young children. Scholarships are awarded to students from across the country in the early childhood field.
Join a cohort of preschool and TK teachers to investigate best practices related to inclusion and using the California Foundations and Frameworks in an 8-week professional development event series, hosted by the Alameda County Office of Education’s CORE Learning Team. Through the lens of Universal Design for learning, teachers will explore a wide range of methods and strategies to include all children in developmentally appropriate learning opportunities.
Are you interested in time-efficient opportunities to grow your teaching practice? NAEYC offers several online learning modules that were created with early childhood educators in mind! Their catalog of modules includes a variety of topics, each designed to provide practical tips and strategies you can bring to the classroom.