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WI Technical Assistance Professional

In this nine-hour course we dig deeper into what it takes to provide relationship-based professional development for adults throughout the early childhood and youth work fields. We explore ways to mentor, coach and consult for inquiry, reflection and leadership. Technical assistance is also an art – the art of communicating to support awareness that leads to change. We offer opportunities to brainstorm and solve some of the common issues around technical assistance. Finally, you complete a reflective professional development plan and receive feedback from the course instructor.

 

Instructor

Angel Stoddard, MS

Angel Stoddard, MS

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

  • Engage in self-reflection as a tool to provide technical assistance
  • Clarify roles and functions of technical assistance and professional development
  • Explore relationship-based qualities and characteristics
  • Understand the role of cultural curiosity
  • Examine the role of change related to continuous quality improvement
  • Engage in active learning strategies designed to engage adults specific to T-TAP Competencies V-VII
  • Earn 9 CEHS upon successful completion

Prerequisites

WI T-TAP Foundations Course

Date: Feb 11-Mar 11, 2021

Delivery Method: Combined Online

Live Online

Date: Thu, Feb 25, 2021

Time: Noon-4:30pm CT

Platform: Zoom

Course-Paced Online

Available: Feb 11-Mar 11, 2021

Platform: Canvas

Instructor: Angel Stoddard MS

Fee: $100

CEUs: .9, CEHs: 9

Enrollment Limit: 20

Program Number: 7120-13367

Note: Payment due in full at time of registration. Cancellations two weeks prior to the program start date can receive a 100% refund.  Cancellations after that can have a one-time transfer of fees to another program of the same offering or receive an 80% refund. No refunds or transfer of funds once the program has begun.

This course requires pre class homework through materials that can be accessed in Canvas, an online learning platform. Instructions for admission to Canvas and how to complete the pre class homework will be emailed to participants at least 2 weeks prior to the course start date. Homework must be completed in order to participate in the Zoom portion of the class. After class there is a one hour homework assignment that must be submitted to the instructor in order to successfully complete the course.

This class also requires the purchase of a book for use in the class. The book is “Developing Mentoring and Coaching Relationships in Early Care and Education” by Marilyn Chu. The book is widely available through national booksellers

Registration Deadline: Feb 22, 2021

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