37th Annual Early Childhood Education Conference
Date(s): 4/24/2015 Date(s): 4/25/2015
7:30am to 4:30pm
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Memorial Student Center, Menomonie, Wisconsin
Join us for the 37th Annual Early Childhood Education Conference at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Choose from over 100 exciting sessions for preschool and primary educators. Friday’s Keynote speaker is “Dr. Mara Sapon-Shevin” speaking on Inclusive Education and Saturday the “Teddy Bear Band” will be sharing songs that motivate positive behaviors in children. Exhibitors will be onsite and CEU’s will be available.
Professional Education Programs and Services, email@example.com, 715.232.2793
Addressing Ethical Issues in Language and Culture
9 am to 4pm (lunch included)
Sleep Inn & Suites Conference Center, Eau Claire WI
As service providers encounter more diverse populations in their practice, it’s important to understand and address the ethical, systemic and practice issues that can arise when serving individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP). These clients may include refugees, immigrants, asylees or individuals requiring services to be delivered using an interpreter. They may be adults or children. Using a fictitious but typical example of a refugee client from Thailand who is referred for psychological testing, we’ll conceptualize case scenarios from taking the initial phone call through completing the evaluation and sending out the report. You’ll learn how to manage issues prior to the patient’s arrival, during the service delivery and after the session. Each section will address the issues that providers will want to understand to deliver ethical and culturally informed services. We’ll examine general practices that apply to individuals from any culture with some special attention given to Hmong and other Asian cultures.
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Karen Konz, 836-5637, firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Cedar Watershed Conference 2015
8:30am – 4:15pm
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
Program Details: Are you interested in joining fellow citizens in the Red Cedar area to develop a vision and action plan to restore and maintain a healthy water system for our future? The Red Cedar: Land, Water and People Coming Together event is an opportunity to bring best practices and innovative ideas to the forefront.
Do you farm? Do you live in town? Do you manage residential, commercial or public property? Do you enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, canoeing? Do you think the economic and environmental health of this beautiful region is important?
Target Audience: The program will provide a forum for farmers, resource managers, businesses, organizations and educators from throughout the area.
Fee: Register Today. Early Registration $35
Professional Education Programs & Services at UW-Stout (715)232-2793