Our one-hour webinars are conducted via Zoom—an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, and chat. Once you have registered for a webinar, a confirmation email is sent with instructions to join the meeting. All webinars qualify for professional growth hours through the California Early Care and Education Workforce Registry. To receive professional growth hours, please use the workforce registry link provided in the webinar confirmation email at least 24 hours before the webinar. The California Workforce Registry no longer accepts registration after the webinar has occurred.
DRDP Online for Teachers "How to Input Ratings"—Review how teachers can view their class in the data system and input DRDP ratings. Please download this document before the webinar: Getting Started for Teachers PDF DRDP Online PDF
DRDP Online for Admin—Review the importance of roles and permissions, creating users, sites, and classrooms for administrators inside the DRDP Online system. Please download this document before the webinar: Getting Started for Administrators PDF DRDP Online PDF
DRDP Online Introduction—Learn four important steps to setting up a DRDP Online account DRDP Online PDF
DRDP Online Data and Understanding Reports—Review DRDP Online reports, how to pull reports, and guidance on analyzing the data. Please download these documents before the webinar: DRDP Online Reports PDF | Child Report Guidance PDF Group Report Guidance PDF; Sample Parent Report
DRDP Online Upload Templates—Learn how DRDP Online administrators and data entry analysts can upload mass quantities of users, classes, and children into the DRDP Online system.
DRDP for Family Child Care Providers—This one-hour session is designed specifically for family child care providers who are new to the DRDP. Network with other family child care providers as we discuss the power of the DRDP in the home setting, soft start options for implementation, and free, easy-to-use resources.
- April 1, at 9:00 a.m. Register
- May 20, at 8:00 a.m. Register - Conducted in Spanish
- May 31, at 12:00 p.m. Register
Observation and Collection—This one-hour webinar reviews essential tips for observing in the classroom, including strategies for remote collection of documentation for DRDP. Also, discuss the importance of family partnership for gathering meaningful information about children's development. Collection and organization of the documentation are essential! Resource Document Intro -17. Resource Document Spanish
- April 5, at 5:00 p.m. Register - Conducted in Spanish
- April 7, at 5:00 p.m. Register
- April 21, at 5:00 p.m. Register
DRDP Online Ask the Expert—Bring all questions about the Desired Results process (observation, the assessment, DRDP Online)
Using Frameworks to Plan—Dive into the curriculum frameworks! Review classroom data and create a lesson plan using strategies from the curriculum framework to modify the environment, teacher strategies, and more. PPT HO
Engaging Families/Parent Survey
DRDP and Parent Conferences—Review strategies for planning a positive conference experience. Topics include the DRDP Online Parent Report, Child Developmental Progress Report, and how best to use these documents together. Learn strategies for planning a successful parent conference built on relationships and supporting children's learning and development. Child Developmental Progress form (English and Spanish). Sample Child Developmental Progress form (English and Spanish)
- May 3, at 5:00 p.m. Register - Conducted in Spanish
- May 4, at 10:00 a.m. Register
- May 12, at 5:00 p.m. Register
- May 19, at 5:00 p.m. Register
Environment Rating Scales (ERS)—Review the connections between the DRDP assessment and the Environment Rating Scales. Also, share resources to support the implementation of the Environment Rating Scales. Please download this document before the webinar: The DRDP and the Environment Rating Scales PDF
DRDP for School Age Programs—This webinar will review the DRDP School Age Assessment basics. The layout of the assessment, how to complete the assessment, and resources available to support teachers.
Analyzing DRDP Data - Analyzing DRDP Data and Completing the Program Summary of Findings. After entering spring ratings, administrators are ready to use the DRDP data for program modifications. Administrators analyze the DRDP data for areas of strength or needing improvement. Please join this 1-hour webinar to gain insight on which reports are most helpful for this task and how to document an inclusive plan for administrators, staff, and families that supports children learning and development
Program Self Evaluation - Are you a program administrator preparing to write and submit your yearly Program Self Evaluation to CDSS or CDE? If yes, this webinar is for you. Please join this 1-hour webinar that will provide a review of requirements, resources, and instructions on how to complete and submit your Program Self Evaluation. Here is a direct link to available resources.
California Early Childhood Online (CECO) provides free training modules on multiple topics, including the DRDP and the Integrated Nature of Learning. Access comprehensive resources in one centralized location to meet the ever-changing needs of the early childhood field. Join a virtual tour of how to sign up as a new user and view available modules.
DRDP Online: How to use DRDP Online Reporting Tools to Inform Classroom Practice —Discuss strategies to connect findings in the DRDP Online reports to classroom-level planning for individuals and groups. PPT HO
Play, Reflection, and Curriculum, All Working Together in the Same Sandbox
Family Partnerships and Culture: Reflect and Learn First, Teach Second
The Powerful Role of Play - Discover the purpose of this publication, The Powerful Role of Play in Early Education, through reading and discussion.
DRDP Online Onsite Training
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