237. Leveraging Technology for Quality Improvement

Date: Thursday July 16, 2015
Time: 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Location: Baltimore 2
Speakers: Linda Askew, New Mexico Department of Health
Allyson Dean, ZERO TO THREE
Raquel Diaz, University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning
Harriet Dichter, ICF International
Evelyn Keating, Delaware Office of Early Learning

Ongoing quality improvement is an essential component of QRIS. Explore new strategies that leverage technology with a special focus on workforce development through four initiatives using technology to advance credentials and degrees that help connect knowledge to practice: the brand new federal Early Educator Central; The Pathway to Credentials and Degrees for Infant/Toddler Educators; Delaware's Early Learning Leadership Initiative; the Lastinger Center's Master Teacher Initiative; and New Mexico's Family Infant Toddler Early Intervention program. Join us if you care about how to use competency-based, effective practice for infant/toddler teachers, instructional leaders, master teachers, and early interventionists, in the context of QRIS development.

Resources: application/pdf iconSession237PPTasPDF.pdf