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Professional Learning

An Introduction to the ESP Professional Growth Continuum - Training

Want to learn more about the ESP Professional Growth Continuum? Learn about the eight ESP Universal themes that make up the continuum and how to set your professional goals along three levels of practice.

At a Glance

Participants will learn strategies to practice self-care so that they can maintain professional excellence and better connect with their students.

Topics

  • ESP Professional Growth Continuum
  • Educator Self-Care

Outcomes

  • Understand the eight Universal Themes with three Levels of Practice
  • Develop your own professional goals utilizing the ESP Growth Continuum
  • Align professional development opportunities with the Growth Continuum
  • Develop ideas on how to utilize the ESP Growth Continuum in your district or local association and state association
Developed by:

Vermont Education Association

Last Updated: 07/30/2020

Details

Audience Role

  • Education Support Professional

Grade

  • Early Childhood
  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Middle School

Session Length

1 hour

Session Format

In person

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