Pre-K 4 SA understands that as a busy educator, you want professional learning that helps you make a powerful impact on children’s lives.
That’s why we design every workshop, seminar and coaching session to produce maximum takeaway and beneficial “Aha!” moments specifically for early childhood educators.
Who We Are & Who We Serve
The Professional Learning Department at Pre-K 4 SA consists of 16 learning specialists dedicated to mentoring and educating early childhood education teachers, leaders, coaches and specialists. Our purpose is to increase the number of highly skilled Pre-K through 3rd grade educators in San Antonio, serve as the pipeline for ECE leadership, increase the number of accredited ECE Centers and increase teacher credentialing.
We offer workshops that work.
Get ready to dig in and play! At our workshops, you’ll do everything from role-play classroom scenarios to brainstorm new and engaging learning games. The topics are varied and the inspiration is contagious. Learn from each other. See things from different perspectives. But most of all, go back to your classroom ready to make an impact.
We offer seminars that spark ideas.
These shorter, lecture-based and topic-driven events allow you to hone in on specific interests. From book authors to notable educators, Pre-K 4 SA seminars will infuse you with new ideas and knowledge to invigorate your classroom and inspire your students.
We offer coaching that creates success.
Do you personally have a specific area of need or interest? Maybe you’re struggling with conflict resolution or want to strengthen your language modeling. The Pre-K 4 SA Professional Learning Team offers individualized Coaching Services that include customized support and on-site visits.
We offer credentialing that catapults careers.
The Pre-K 4 SA Professional Learning Team can also help adult learners obtain the necessary coursework to apply for a Child Development Associate (CDA) certification. Our team is passionate about increasing the number of accredited child development centers in San Antonio through a special series for center directors.