The CESA #11 Early Learning Consortium provides professional development activities focused for all teachers, principals, administrators, related services personnel, paraprofessionals, early intervention personnel, and community partners to support developmentally appropriate practices. The regional professional development activities are designed to support all staff in developing and achieving the highest potential for students in Early Childhood programming.
Early Learning Consortium 2021-22 Offerings
Nov. 17. 2021
Dec. 2, 2021
Jan. 5, 2022
Promoting Mental Health in Young Children (in person) - Three (6 hour) days of in person training for a total of 16 hours of content. Training was designed specifically for school districts who are interested in using the Pyramid Model strategies and/or Framework for Social and Emotional Development.
Feb. 25, 2022
Camp Play! - Kristen RB Peterson is the founding director of Butterfly Hill Nature Preschool in Minnesota, a homeschool mom and a creative vampire. In her spare time she created Learning Wild as a platform to educate others about play and nature through her podcast, The Play Based Learning Podcast, informative social media graphics and digital courses.
Feb. 8 2022
Mar. 8, 2022
Apr. 12, 2022
Pyramid Model Preschool E-Modules with Reflective Coaching (virtual) - 18 hours of online training content (watched individually/self-paced online format) and 3-two hour reflective discussions sessions that address 3 levels of supports/strategies. Universal Supports (promotion), Prevention and Intervention.
EARLY LEARNING CONSORTIUM
Early Learning Consortium Networking - The CESA 11 Early Learning Consortium Networking meetings support educators by sharing resources and instructional strategies around developmentally appropriate practices. Meetings allow educators the opportunity to collaborate with CESA #11 district peers. 5.12.22 Register Now
Jan. 19 2022
Feb. 1, 2022
Mar. 2, 2022
Early Literacy Reading Foundation Skills for Students 4K-Grade 2 - CESA 11 is pleased to offer this three-day professional learning opportunity about the role of explicit and systematic phonic instruction in learning to read. The content is based on a Wisconsin-created self-evaluation tool titled the Foundational Reading Skills Tool (FRST), and will focus on both visual and face-to-face spaces for learning to support early literacy instruction.