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Individualized Professional Development Plan: Guide

This practical tool developed by the Office of Head Start is designed to support Head Start staff in developing an individualized professional development plan. This tool can help early educators in any type of early care and education setting to: identify their professional goals; articulate their goals in ways that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based; develop a plan for achieving their goals, including identifying needed resources and/or supports; track progress toward their goals; and revise their goals and/or plan as needed.

Published 2023

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