Explorations Early Learning

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Explorations Early Learning

Program Consistency From Vision To Practice

Program Consistency From Vision To Practice


Many early learning settings struggle with programming inconsistencies. For example, the program depicted in marketing materials may not reflect actual day-to-day practice, or approaches used in one classroom may not align with those used in the adjoining room. This training equips attendees with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure program consistency, resulting in a more effective and supportive environment for the growth and development of young children.

Outcomes / Goals

Attendee will:

  • Understand the importance of program consistency
  • Discover strategies for improving program consistency
  • Learn techniques for monitoring and assessing program consistency

Competency Area

  • Alabama | Management and Administration / Administration And Management
  • Illinois | Curriculum Or Program Design
  • Michigan | Management
  • Missouri | Develop And Sustain The Habit Of Reflective And Intentional Practice
  • Nebraska | Administration, Program Planning, And Development
  • Oklahoma | Program Planning, Development, And Evaluation
  • South Dakota | Program Management And Regulation
  • Wisconsin | Planning, Reflection, and Evaluation
  • CDA | Program Management

Clock Hours

Available in 60 and 90-minute formats


This is the breakdown for the 60-minute version of the session:

Introduction05 minutesMonologue
The Importance Of Program Consistency10 minutesDiscussion
Improving Consistency20 minutesDiscussion
Monitoring And Assessing Consistency20 minutesDiscussion
Conclusion05 minutesMonologue

Related Resources

This session is based in part on original and curated content at Playvolution HQ.

Content Level

Beginner / Intermediate

Age Group Focus

  • Toddlers (12 months to 36 months)
  • Preschool (36 months to 5 years)
  • School Age (5 years to 12 years)
  • Adults

Target Audience

  • Family Child Care Providers
  • Child Care Center Teachers
  • Child Care Center Directors
  • Head Start Teachers
  • Head Start Administrators
  • Early Head Start Teachers
  • Service Coordination Staff
  • Technical Assistance Specialists
  • Home Visitors
  • Parents