Save the date for the 2022 ASK Conference, three days of virtual professional development for early educators! Saturday, February 19, Monday, February 21 and Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Registration opens in October. Mark your calendars now!
Infant-Toddler Technical Assistant (TA) Specialists Lori Looper and Kayla Absher speak about the importance of a technical assistant having a coach, how the intensive weekly TA of the ITITA Model Pilot project has made a difference, how professional development has helped them as TAs and what’s been most impactful for the teachers and directors they serve for this project.
It’s no surprise that LaTida Adams has been the director of A Brilliant Beginning Daycare in Durham, N.C., for 22 years. Her journey in the early child care field started when she was in the sixth grade and wrote in her journal, “I’m going to own my own daycare.” What she might not have anticipated was the path she would take to get there.
Child Care Directors Choose the Infant-Toddler Quality Enhancement Project as their First Point of Contact
“The Infant-Toddler Quality Enhancement Project (ITQEP) helped us get ready for stars,” Kellie Brower, director of The Goddard School of Chapel Hill, said.
As the owner and director of Abundant Love Christian Child Care Center in Durham, Yolandra especially appreciates CCSA’s professional development for the “business side of child care.”