|Yearlong||Various locations||Various locations||Yes||Missouri Workshop Calendar|
The Missouri Workshop Calendar for Early Childhood and Youth Development Professionals in a premiere on-line resource for training and co-sponsored by Child Care Aware of Missouri and the Missouri AfterSchool Network (MASN).
This is another great opportunity for additional professional development. All trainings provided here will automatically count toward the DHSS clock-hour requirement.
CCLC: new grant directors/coordinators ONLY and for any true new SAC Cohort 9 recipients. EVENT CANCELED
|June 20-24, 2021||Tan-Tar-A||Osage Beach||Yes||MAACCE|
|November 19-20, 2020||VIRTUAL||Yes||MOSAC2 PDI|
|January through May||10:00-11:15 a.m.||Virtual||Yes|
Virtual PD sessions will be directed toward frontline staff but all staff are welcome to attend. Trainings will be offered for clock hours.
Various dates, see the KIT training calendar at link below.
KIT offers various trainings and webinars ranging from inclusion in STEM to including youth in program planning.
|Tuesday, February 2, 2021||9:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m.||Virtual||N/A||Yes||Brad Lademann||Lademannb@missouri.edu||573-882-9298|
The toolkit is both a guide and a comprehensive set of practical tools designed to help program leaders and their staff create and sustain high-quality, effective afterschool and expanded learning opportunities.
|February 22, 2021||9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.||Virtual||Yes||Cheryl Pickettemail@example.com||573-526-5395|
NAA has canceled their in-person NAA Convention for 2021. However, they are offering virtual professional learning communities instead beginning in March. Please see the website below for more information. NOTE: for 2021 this training will not be considered as national training and will not require the national training form to be submitted to DESE.
Please see the attached document highlighting the changes MASN has made to their training delivery for 2020-21.
|Every Thursday||4:00-5:00 p.m.||Virtual||Yes||Click here to register|
COVID-19 & Kids ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) will provide up-to-date information and support for health care, school and public health professionals across Missouri. A team of pediatric infectious disease physicians and other experts will share information about the latest developments, answer questions and discuss management of de-identified patient and student cases presented by participants. The Missouri Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing and MU’s Missouri Telehealth Network are partnering to support primary care physicians and other providers, school leaders and nurses and local public health agencies to improve the health and well-being of Missouri children.
See attached flyer and the link with registration information.
|March 2, 2021||9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.||Virtual||Yes||Click here to register|
The STEM Educator Symposium, held during STEM Week on Tuesday, March 2, will provide professional development and resources for STEM educators from a variety of formal and informal settings. Hosted by the Missouri AfterSchool Network and the Missouri Math and Science Coalition, the STEM Educator Symposium is open to all afterschool professionals, classroom teachers, STEM coordinators, science museum and library staff, and other STEM partners. Thanks to funding from the STEM Next Opportunity Fund, registration is free. To view the conference schedule and to register, click here.