Missouri Early Learning Community Project

 
  Providing on-site technical assistance and regional professional development to Missouri early learning programs  
   
   
 
 
  Westview Preschool, Neosho  
 

CONTACT US
Learning Communities Project

 
 

315 Bernadette Suite 4, Columbia, Missouri 65203

 
  573.445.7457  
  Fax: 573.445.7471  
  info@movingontogether.org  
     
 
Mid-Buchanan R-V Preschool, Faucett
 
 
 
 

OVERVIEW

WHAT'S NEW -

New! Conscious Discipline: Beginning Implementation Series - 6 days (now 36 hours) with Karen Hickman in Columbia, July 31 & August 1, October 1 & 2, and November 18 & 19, 2019, in Columbia - Register Soon! FREE!

2019-2020 Professional Development Schedule (October 2019: Diann Gano -"Trees, Bees, and Skinned Knees: The Impact of Nature on Brain Development" in 5 locations) - Free of Charge

Diann Gano, Founder/Director of Under the Ginko Tree Nature School. Here is a link to her blog.

 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE RUBRIC HANDOUT TO PRINT AND BRING TO THE 6-DAY CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE SESSIONS IN JUNE.

Here is a map showing the Conscious Discipline training site (exterior overview) at Woodcrest in Columbia

 

  • POLICY ON CLOCK HOURS: We will NOT issue certificates or letters of participation. You MUST provide a MOPD ID# in order to earn clock hours credit. To obtain or look up a MOPD ID# go to:  https://www.openinitiative.org/

    You should also register for your Toolbox and Program Access accounts while on this site, which will enable you to look up your attendance records. We will enter training attendance into the DHSS clock hours system if you have the ID#—WE MUST HAVE YOUR CORRECT MOPD ID# within 1 week after the end of training, or credit will not be granted.  Our training is published on the Missouri Workshop Calendar.   

 

 

About Learning Communities Project (LCP) - formerly MOT

The Learning Communities Project is a component of the Missouri Preschool Program that offers ongoing professional development to Missouri preschools and early learning centers, including recipients of Missouri Preschool Program (MPP) grants and Title 1. This professional-development program includes on-site technical assistance for new MPP classrooms and regional professional-development meetings for all MPP grantees at no charge, and these meetings also are provided to all other early learning programs at a minimal cost. The goal of the Learning Communities Project is to support teachers and teaching assistants in providing high-quality early childhood care and education, whether they are implementing High/Scope, Creative Curriculum, Project Construct, or the Emerging Language and Literacy Curriculum.

Staff listing

 

 
 
Lincoln R-II Cardinals Kids Preschool
   
       
 

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