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Community of Practice

A community of practice is a group of people combining individual and diverse strengths to achieve more together than they can individually. It’s somewhere for you to learn, collaborate and exchange ideas and experiences. Communities of practice, led by an early educator coach, are held in the fall and in the spring. Each community of practice will meet once a month for four months.


Communities of practice are

  • free to attend

  • limited to a small group of participants

And provide

  • CEUs

  • a certificate of in-service hours

  • hands-on learning experiences

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