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[On-Demand Webinar] An Inside Look: How Georgia Created an Efficient and Effective Statewide Coaching and PD Program for Early Childhood Educators

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Professional learning and coaching are linked to positive child learning outcomes and increased educator engagement and satisfaction. However, professional learning and coaching that are individualized to meet the needs of all early childhood educators across an entire state is no small undertaking. 

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear from Dr. Christi Moore, Director of Professional Learning at the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL), how DECAL has built, expanded, and sustained professional learning programming across the state using the online learning platform (OLP) TORSH Talent.

During the 45-minute webinar you’ll learn tips for how to:

  • Utilize synchronous and asynchronous coaching to provide educators with targeted feedback on practice and make learning digestible for busy schedules
  • Use standardized rubrics and frameworks so 1:1 coaching is aligned to evidence-based practices and providers stay on track with portfolio completion
  • Create the space for self-reflection so that both educators and coaches can easily revisit and build upon their learnings
  • Leverage data, insights, and reporting in all facets of your professional strategy to support informed decision-making 

Take advantage of this opportunity to see how one enterprise-level program provided more coaching to educators with greater efficiency and, as a result, cultivated high-quality educators who improve developmental outcomes for the families and children they serve.

Fill out the form to watch the on-demand webinar.

Webinar Presenters:

Dr. Christi Moore 
Director of Professional Learning at the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL)

Christi Moore is the Director of Professional Learning at the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL). She guides the work of the Professional Learning Unit, which oversees DECAL’s early learning workforce development and professional learning initiatives. In 2011, Christi earned her Ph.D. in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University. She has a variety of experiences in education, including service as a classroom teacher in Georgia’s Pre-K and in K-5 classrooms, as well as working as a guidance counselor in a middle school setting. She has also worked in teacher education, serving as a language and literacy instructor in a university teacher preparation program and as a facilitator and trainer for a non-profit professional development center. Before joining DECAL, Christi led the development of an award-winning online learning platform for teachers of children ages birth through third grade.

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