Professional learning activities accessed by early childhood educators range from single or multi-session workshops to educational and professional credentials such as certificates, diplomas and degrees.
Professional learning activities are currently being delivered by a host of various organizations and institutions in the province. Many regions have resource centres, as either stand-alone organizations or as part of larger institutions that coordinate the provision of professional learning and/or provide access to professional learning calendars.
Our list of professional learning providers provides web links and contact information to regional resource centres and training institutions that can connect you to professional learning opportunities in your community.
The AECEO also provides professional learning year round through AECEO sponsored events, workshops, online learning/webinars and community meetings.
AECEO Online Professional Learning
This module can serve to support the continuous professional learning needs of registered early childhood educators. It was created in Ontario for the context of early childhood educators in Ontario; however, we welcome ECEs from other provinces to engage in this online learning module to enhance their professional knowledge.
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The videos in this series include the six presentations that took place at Conestoga College during a Professional Pay & Decent Work Panel - March 2015. Panelists discussed the issues and solutions for professional pay for ECEs in Ontario from their unique perspectives.
The moderation and participant discussion that took place after the panel presentations is not provided on video to protect the privacy of participants. However, many of the reflection questions included in this document are inspired by the questions and conversations that took place in between and after the presentations.
A discussion guide to accompany the videos is also available
Science of ECD workshops