The Ontario NonProfit Network is an independent network focused on policy, advocacy, and services to create positive change for Ontario’s non profits and charities.
Queen's University Professional studies, Faculty of Education
Do you want to support positive workplace change by strengthening conflict management skills across your Early Years program team? Interactive training designed using a How Does Learning Happen? lens now available for educator teams in person or online. Rockwood Consulting is led by an RECE trained in Conflict Management.
Specializing in developing and delivering personal and professional development presentations, seminars and workshops.
These workshops connect participants to relevant resources, proven research and hands-on experiences that can be used in the classroom and within leadership roles.
In the SECD online professional development (PD) workshops, participants access multimedia content and “meet” each other in online discussion groups, over the course of two to three weeks. During the workshop period, participants choose the times and locations most suitable for them to work through the engaging, interactive material and complete the weekly tasks.
Events encompass all upcoming Professional Learning opportunities. Mainly, the learning experiences offered are brought to you by the Strive Professional Learning Committee and align with How Does Learning Happen?, Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years, as well as the College of Early Childhood Educators requirement for Continuous Professional Learning.
Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada is a new brand from The Psychology Foundation of Canada. We have renewed and deepened our commitment to promoting the mental well-being of children and youth in Canada. We are dedicated to nurturing resilience in kids with the use of psychological science so they can manage, learn, and grow from the many challenges in life.
Digital Training programs are research-based and built on an experiential learning approach. They aim to help educators (and caregivers) create teachable moments to introduce stress management strategies and build emotional resiliency.
Make the Connection 0-3 is an e-learning course for professionals who want to learn and implement effective strategies of working with parents and caregivers on building secure attachment with their children.
The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada is an open network to promote giving, sharing, and philanthropy in Aboriginal communities across the country.
The Halton Resource Connection (THRC) works in partnership with individuals and organizations who serve the interests of children and youth within the Halton community, providing curriculum resources, services, equipment, and professional development which enhance the quality of care.
An overview to incorporating music education into early childhood settings while fulfilling Continuous Professional Learning requirements.
The Training & Resources for Early Education & Schools (TREES) Network is a space for delivering and accessing culturally appropriate training, professional development, resources, supportive circles and mentorship opportunities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous learning professionals working with Indigenous children and families.