Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education
Head Start, early childhood education, training, distance-learning, professional development
Many teachers in Head Start and other early childhood programs enter the field with little or no formal education. Staff in-service training can positively affect overall program quality in Head Start and other early childhood classrooms. Barriers to attending offered training exist, especially in the full day/full year model of Head Start. Alternative methods of training delivery can help to break those barriers. This project was developed to provide an alternate method of in-service training delivery to the staff in the full day/full year model of Head Start with Puget Sound Educational Service District. This distance-learning method will help to meet the ongoing professional development needs of this program, as well as provide possible options for alternate methods of new employee training delivery.
Recommended CitationHabgood, C. (2004). The Value of In-Service Training and Distance Learning (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_maed/169
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