In our field, professional learning can take many forms, including training courses, technical assistance, being mentored or coached, consulting with a professional, participating in a community of practice, or reflective practices.
Reflective supervision is a strategy that requires creating a foundation of honesty and trust between a supervisor and a staff member. In this course we will explore how supervisors and those they work with can begin to explore and explain situations with an eye toward learning from them. We will look at how regular analysis of situations can create the context for professional learning.Not all courses are approved for early care and education in every state. Please check State and CEU Approvals page for details.