What you'll learn
- Discover how to enhance and support the four educator competencies that are the foundation of high-quality early education settings.
- Explore strategies for how these competencies—educators’ executive functions, emotion regulation, relational skills, and use of talk during classroom interactions—can be developed with professional supports.
- Learn skills and tools to create a reflective, continuously-learning workforce.
Offered through the Zaentz Professional Learning Academy at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Certificate in Early Education Leadership (CEEL) is designed to provide leaders with the core knowledge, management skills, and tools necessary to build and advance high-quality early education across learning environments.
The CEEL Portfolio consists of three carefully crafted series. Each of the three series includes four instructional Learn modules that build participants’ core knowledge in key areas, including early learning and development, adult learning, and leadership and management. The fifth module is a Plan and Apply module designed to support participants as they map key learnings and to create and implement a plan tailored to their site and work. Participants may take the Learn modules in any order but must complete all four Learn modules in a series before they take the Plan and Apply module within that series.
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