Events
Professional Learning

Events encompass all upcoming Professional Learning opportunities. Mainly, the learning experiences offered are brought to you by the Strive Professional Learning Committee and align with How Does Learning Happen?, Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years, as well as the College of Early Childhood Educators requirement for Continuous Professional Learning.

This can include, workshops, reflections, guest speakers, and hands-on-learning which may be delivered in single sessions, article studies, and full or half day events. Also highlighted are network meetings, committee meetings, and other upcoming events for community engagement.

View the full Community of Professional Learning Calendar here: Community of Professional Learning Calendar Winter 2020

 

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26May

Community Connector Training for Licensed Child Care Providers

28May

Understanding Trauma
WELL-BEING

2June

Renegade Rules: The Language of Learning
EXPRESSION, ENGAGEMENT, WELL-BEING

3June

Peace Begins With Me
WELL-BEING

11June

Cultural Awareness and Racial Understanding
LEADERSHIP, BELONGING

16June

Community of Practice: Infant Educators
BELONGING, WELL-BEING, EXPRESSION, ENGAGEMENT, LEADERSHIP

 

 

 

We are pleased to share with you Leading Inspired Learning, our strategic plan for 2020 – 2023. This is a transformative time in the Child Care and Early Years sector. This plan outlines the change we want to inspire and the strategies we will implement in the next four years.

Over the next four years, we will leverage our knowledge and expertise to be leaders in the sector. We will build strong partnerships and create opportunities for connection. We will focus on serving as a catalyst to help Child Care and Early Years professionals achieve their goals and build their professional capacity.
Together, we will reach our goal of providing the best care to children in our community.

We hope you will join us in leading inspired learning!

Become a member

Strive is here to support all your professional learning needs. We understand that it may be difficult to attend professional learning events in addition to your work day but that you value your professional growth. That is why we created an online learning platform with discussion boards, forums, and resources that you can access any day, any time! We will continue to grow our online library of resources in response to the community’s needs.

Early Learning Practitioners are invited to join Strive Online: