Constant Hine – Bio Introduction
Constant Hine lives in Denver, Colorado. Constant is an early childhood consultant, adult educator, coach, and author. She works with educators, care-givers, business professionals, and managers throughout North America. Constant has an M.A. in Education.
Constant has been the owner and president of Horizons In Learning since 1988. Horizons In Learning offers professional development services including: college level courses, seminars, consulting, mentoring, coaching. Agency-level services are also offered, including group/retreat facilitation and organizational transition consulting.
Horizons In Learning specializes in facilitating respectful learning for sustainable change for individuals and teams to increase their skills and perspectives to be more effective and to deepen professional practices that support educators who work with children and families. In addition, Horizons In Learning supports individuals to handle stress proactively, to promote respectful relationships and communication, and to create sustainable positive habits. Horizons In Learning also offers customized and personal help to organizations when they need to proactively respond to change and move efficiently and effectively through implementation actions.
Constant is known as a coach’s coach, broadening and deepening the skills and mastery of coaches and mentors. Over 15 years ago Constant Hine developed a Coaching For Success Program, a model for facilitating ongoing professional development efforts using a continuum of intentional facilitation strategies.
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Robin Levy – Bio Introduction
Robin Levy has been in the field of Early Childhood Education since 1991in a variety of different roles including: licensed family childcare provider, classroom teacher, large center director, coach, consultant, adult educator, social and emotional development specialist. Additionally, her philosophy and stance as an early childhood professional is steeped in Appreciative Leadership.
Robin has an MA in Educational Administration and Policy from the University of Denver and was a Fellow in the 5th Cohort of the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program. Robin has extensive experience with various coaching models. She has been a member of the Colorado Coaching Consortium Steering Committee since its inception and and participated in creating the Colorado Coaching Competencies, the Colorado Coaching Credential, and Colorado Credential Framework. Additionally, Robin facilitated and oversaw the Pyramid Plus Coach Certification program at the University of Colorado Denver’s, Pyramid Plus Center, supporting the certification of over 150 coaches in communities and Early Childhood Councils across the state of Colorado.
As Vice President of Professional Development for Horizons In Learning
(HIL), Robin specialize in transformational learning, intentional coaching, and leadership strategies that engage professionals to make meaningful, profound and sustainable changes which foster Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) in early childhood programs and agencies.
Robin is a “coach’s coach” working to broaden and deepen the skills and mastery of coaches and mentors (regardless of their actual title or role) using the GROOMER Framework for ChangeTM, an approach for facilitating ongoing professional development using a continuum of intentional facilitation strategies.
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