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Wonders Professional Development

PROFESSIONAL CONSORTIUM

To join our mailing list to receive information about our workshops, please email our staff recruitment + development manager, Saba Ahmed at 
sahmed@wonderslearning.org
The Wonders Professional Development Consortiums mission is to provide:
  • A reflective learning experience that supports individuals committed to creating effective environments for children’s learning and development.
  • An evidence-based course for early childhood and school-age professionals that encourage critical thinking and intentional teaching around relationships, democracy, equity, and social justice.
  • The coursework designed to respect the adult learner that includes opportunities for ongoing reflection, support, and networking.

COURSES

ONLINE
Basic Health & Safety

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers. Online through Montgomery County Childcare Resource and Referral Center (MCCRRC).

First Aid & CPR

$75.00 per person Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers April 14, 2019 9:00 AM -1:00 PM Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School 6045 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20011

S.T.E.M. Series – Part 1
The ABCs of STEM

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers Dates Coming Soon!

S.T.E.M. Series – Part 2
Making STEM Visible

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers Dates Coming Soon!

S.T.E.M. Series – Part 3
STEM Curriculum Overview: An Introduction to PEEP

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers Dates Coming Soon!

S.T.E.M. Series – Part 4
Every day STEM from Kitchen to Backyard

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers Dates Coming Soon!

S.T.E.M. Series – Part 5
STEM for Infants and Toddlers

Audience: School Age Out of School Time and ECE Teachers Dates Coming Soon!

The Wonders Mentor Program
The Wonders Mentor Program, a part of our Professional Development Consortium, focuses on modelling, coaching, and reflection. Liza Pringle, former Wonders head teacher and assistant director, leads the early childhood education mentor program, working directly with teachers and mentoring in the classrooms to further advance our teaching practices. The school age mentor program takes advantage of the expertise of Wonders program directors who have recently participated in training on facilitation of the professional development learning process. As with our professional development coursework, our mentor program integrates reflective learning practices.