Castleton University hosts the fifth annual Early Childhood Educators Institute on July 20, 22, 27, and 29. Like last summer, the event will be held fully online using live and interactive Zoom webinars and video recordings, allowing early educators to participate from a location that is convenient to them.
The institute consists of 14 courses designed to promote Vermont’s core values for early education and meet the needs of teachers of all levels. A strong emphasis is placed on courses that deepen practice, meet child care professional development requirements, and assist teachers in obtaining or retaining licenses and endorsements.
Courses offered throughout the institute are developed and designed specifically for early childhood and primary teachers, special educators, home visitors, and related service/CIS personnel.
A preeminent feature of this institute is the cooperative spirit of Vermont’s colleges and universities, parent and child centers, childcare institutions, and state agencies – many of whom are facilitating courses.
For more information on the Early Childhood Educators Institute, visit castleton.edu/summer-institute or contact Director of Education Dr. Ric Reardon at (802) 468-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.