192. Utilizing Facilitated Peer Learning Communities as an Effective Strategy to Support QRIS Initiatives

Date: Thursday July 16, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Annapolis 2
Speakers: Michael Abel and Teri Talan, McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership
Nichole Parks, Arkansas State University Childhood Services
Kristy Sheffler, Delaware Stars

Facilitated peer learning communities (FPCL) within a QRIS may offer an effective approach to promote sustainability as well as continuous quality improvement. This workshop will highlight the design, implementation, and evaluation of 3 FPLC initiatives that can yield positive outcomes. This strategy offers a viable option to take QRIS initiatives to scale with a moderately intensive, low-cost approach.

Resources: application/pdf iconSession192PPTasPDF.pdf
application/pdf iconMCECLResearchNotesWinter2015.pdf