Your browser is not supported by our website. If you experience reduced functionality please upgrade to the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Resource Title Description Form
Gateways to Opportunity Content Areas Handout This handout provides in-depth descriptions of each of the Gateways to Opportunity Content Areas. Content Area assignments are required for each training submitted.
Example Training Break Out
Gateways to Opportunity Registry Levels of Learning Explanation
Gateways to Opportunity Registry Levels of Learning Grid explaining the 3 Levels of Learning and information on the presenter’s focus, training content, assessment of knowledge and skills, evaluation and reflection, and recommended participant experience at each Level of Learning.
Levels of Learning Rubric Checklist used to determine the Level of your training accurately. Based on the majority of checked boxes in a given column helps you assign the correct Level of Learning for your training.
Gateways to Opportunity Training Approval Scoring Sheet This sheet shows the training application criteria and how each section is scored. Use this sheet to check the training application for thoroughness.
Content Outline Template Handout A content outline must be submitted with each Gateways Registry Training Approval Application. This handout is a template to ensure required information is included.
Objective Development Tool Chart containing new action verbs for Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy to help you write appropriate learning objectives, select appropriate instructional strategies and give you suggestions for suitable discussion questions for each Level of Learning.
Child Development Associate (CDA) Areas Handout This handout provides in-depth description of each of the Child Development Associate (CDA) Content Areas. CDA Content Area assignments are required for each training submitted.
Learning Objectives Examples for Levels of Learning Examples of how a single objective and its assessment varies according to Level of Learning. The table demonstrates how levels of knowledge and application increase with each level.
Gateways Special Event Workshop Approval Application A Special Event Workshop is considered to be a training typically one day in length where all attendees attend the same presentation(s). It may consist of one or more trainers. If your event consists of several breakout sessions and scheduled over multiple days, you should request and complete the Gateways Registry-Verified Conference Scheduling Form
Gateways Registry-Approved Training Participant Evaluation Form
Attendance Form (English)
Attendance Form (Spanish)