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Afterschool Professional Development: Resources, Outcomes, and Considerations

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Afterschool Professional Development NYSAN

This publication by the New York State Afterschool Network provides:

1) An overview of the types of professional development available in the out-of-school time field;

2) Outcomes participants or organizations can expect related to each type of professional development opportunity;

3) Principles of effective professional development for trainers, managers, and front-line staff; and

4) Considerations individuals and/or organizations must make when deciding on deploying resources for professional development.  These include decisions related to cost and investment, learning-readiness, assessing staff needs and interests, creating incentives, and assessing impact.

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