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    What Is Data-Driven PD and Why Does it Work?

    What the New Head Start Program Performance Standards Mean For Coaching and Professional Development

    A one-hour recording for Head Start professionals.

     

     

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    Learn how the newly released HSPPS have changed how you should think about coaching and PD in your organization.

     

    The newly released Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS) have generated momentum, excitement, and understandably, lots of questions. Join Teachstone as we unravel what you need to know about the new Coaching and Professional Development requirements (you know it as section 1302.92). You’ll walk away with insights and strategies for approaching the standards in ways that achieve both compliance and impact. This webinar is ideal for EC specialists, grantees, directors, or anyone that is asking, “What do I need to do and how do I do it?”

     

    Presented by:

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    Rebecca Berlin

    Chief Strategy Officer, Teachstone

     

    Rebecca has her finger on the pulse of education. As CSO at Teachstone, she is setting the company‘s strategic vision while working with states and school districts nationwide to implement the CLASS system. Rebecca has worn many hats in her life. In addition to being a mom of two, she has worked in public and private schools as an early interventionist, an early childhood teacher, an early childhood special education teacher, an autism specialist, and a school administrator. She holds a PhD in Research, Policy, and Administration from the University of Virginia, where she has also worked as a teacher preparation faculty member and researcher. You can see Rebecca presenting at national and state conferences on improving teacher-child interactions and the quality of birth to five education. And if you can’t get enough of Rebecca (we certainly can’t!), you can always find her on our blog.

    Favorite Teacher: Mr. Schusterbauer, 9th Grade (English and Journalism)

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    Amy Cubbage

    Senior Advisor, Public Policy and Government Relations, Teachstone

    Amy started out her career in early childhood education as a teacher after completing her undergraduate degree from Brown University. She went on to get her JD at Northeastern University School of Law and an MS in Leadership and Policy in Early Care and Education from Wheelock College. Amy worked as a National Head Start Fellow for the federal Administration for Children and Families (ACF), after which she consulted with early childhood education agencies on a range of topics. She served as adjunct faculty at both Wheelock College and Eastern Connecticut State University and co-authored a chapter with Joan Lombardi on Head Start’s legislative history in The Head Start Debates. Throughout Amy’s career, she has been an active member of affiliates of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). She was first introduced to the CLASS tool as an MTP Coach with the National Center for Research on Early Childhood Education (NCRECE)’s Professional Development Study. Since joining Teachstone in 2010, Amy has served as an MTP Specialist and MTP Coaching Program Manager. An avid runner and mother of three, when she’s not coaching teachers, Amy can be found coaching kids on the soccer field. Or eating chocolate.

    Favorite Teacher: Mr. Denny-Brown, 3rd Grade

     

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