The Talent Experience team shares five tips to help you and your staff have a successful Professional Development Day on February 16.
You can find everything you need to prepare for February’s PDD on the KLCentral PDD page. The PDD planning checklist will help you prep for the day.
By now you should be familiar with the content for February’s PDD and the facilitation guide. It’s important that you understand this content and can present it well, so teachers can have an impactful day of learning. Continue to read through the facilitation guide and practice with your peers to make sure you feel confident in your facilitation capabilities.
- Reach out for help
If you have any remaining questions about PDD content or logistics, the Talent Experience team will host PDD office hours on February 6. Do you have questions and comments that can’t wait? Reach out now at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tell your parents
We close down our centers for the day because we know we need to professionally develop our teachers,so it’s important to make sure you parents know what your team learned. Showcase the What I Did Yesterday poster in your lobby for families to read. Point out the poster to parents and involve them in discussions about the day.
- Help your teachers learn and grow (and have fun!)
Enjoy the day with your team! PDD is a day to focus on our teachers and provide them with knowledge and tools to develop them. Make sure your team is engaged and be sure to check in with them to be sure they understand the training along the way.
For more tips about PDD, be sure to visit the KLCentral PDD page. You’re also invited to share tips of your own, ask questions of your peers, and share your photos on the PDD Yammer page.