SFCCPA Monthly Meeting
May 1, 2018 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pmFree
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Come hear preliminary recommendations and priorities of the Professional Development Systems Advisory Committee (PDSAC) for improvements and supports for your professional development. At previous SFCCPA meetings ECE educators have asked for improved systems around professional development. The OECE convened the PDSAC to explore priorities in three areas: workforce compensation, user experience and workforce conditions, and college and career pathways. This meeting will focus on the committees recommendations and community input. Come give your feedback — did PDSAC capture what you most need? Help build next year’s priorities, and plan for future years’ goals to build a professional development system that supports you!
SFCCPA meetings focus on networking, policy & program updates, professional development, and event & action planning to build a strong community of early care educators. Early Childhood Educator Creative Action Network (ECECAN) is SFCCPA’s dedicated space for early childhood educators to come together, grow leadership skills, produce messaging through multiple media languages expressing ECE experiences, needs, and vision, and develop, practice, and implement creative advocacy. This month we’ve combined our monthly meeting and ECECAN to bring you an interactive PDSAC information and feedback session.
We encourage you to attend regularly, shape program and goals, and make this your place to build support for early childhood educators. Bring a friend, and grow an active & engaged early care and education community! A light meal is served to keep you going at the end of a long day. Professional Development hours are available to meeting participants. SFCCPA monthly meetings are scheduled for the 4th Monday of each month. Stay tuned for monthly meeting topics, as well as special meetings and events with SFCCPA’s Events & Updates.
There will be Yes on C phone banking just before our meeting. Come early and help make some calls to support Prop C.