AC #1: Administration & Supervision in Early Childhood Programs
AD LDSP 581
Examine essential role relationships for administrators. Identify the different stakeholder groups with which administrators work – including staff, boards or owners, parents, funding sources and the community.
Angel Stoddard’s passion to support administrators and early childhood professionals in their pursuit of excellence throughout their program and the field is evidenced by her career path. With a Master’s degree in Administrative Leadership, Angel teaches full-time for UW Milwaukee ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Knowledge of basic concepts of organizational management theory and practice
- Understanding of the relationships of leadership, sound business practices and child growth and development principles to program quality
- Familiarity with basic state licensing concepts and accreditation standards
- Familiarity with the diverse models of early care and education programs
- Ability to identify the roles and responsibilities of various positions within early care and education programs and the role relationship between different sectors of a program including the families served
- Understanding of ways to ease administrative overload and ability to apply that understanding to time management, delegation and role negotiation
- Knowledge of how to develop policies and mission statements to maintain and improve program quality
- Overview of the basic principles and practices involved in formulating personnel policies, recruiting and working with teaching and non-teaching staff
- Understanding the rationale and methods for involving staff in decision-making
Course available June 19-Aug. 19
Instructor: Angel Stoddard M.S.
Fee: $1,286 Graduate tuition is $2,223
Undergraduate Credits: 3, Graduate Credits: 3
Enrollment Limit: 20
Note: No class week of July 3rd.
Call Tamara Johnson at 414-227-3334 for credit registration.
Registration Deadline: Fri., June 2Registration opens Sat., Apr. 1.