There are so many challenges for teachers in this day and age. The Virginia Head Start Association feels strongly that educators need a safe place to share and learn from each other. Education Coordinators (EC) Network with colleagues and gain resources, share expertise, ask questions, collectively problem solve, and take information back to their instructional team.
Designed for new and experienced Virginia Head Start Education Coordinators, our EC Network is an excellent place to share ideas and problem solve together on a regular basis. This network receives support from Region 3’s Training and Technical Assistance Team Early Childhood Specialists, ECE community partners, and from each other.
Our EC Network meets via Zoom every other month to discuss relevant topics related to school readiness. We also ask questions and brainstorm ideas via email listserv on a regular basis. See “OUR EVENTS” section at the bottom of the front page of our website for upcoming meetings and link to all events calendar.
Please CLICK HERE to submit your email to register for this network. You will then receive zoom links to join meetings as it gets closer to a meeting date. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
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