Child Care

Early Childhood Conference

Early Childhood Conference set for March 14

Authored on: Jan 01, 2020, Written by: Tamera Bradley
On Saturday, March 14, UW-Platteville's Continuing Education Institute will host its Early Childhood Conference, an annual conference where participants will enjoy a day of learning networking, and collaborating with others within the early childhood education field.


Professional Studies to expand programming in Spanish

Authored on: Dec 12, 2019, Written by: Ruth Wendlandt
University of Wisconsin-Platteville Division of Professional Studies is in the design phase of expanding programs to be offered in Spanish. Currently, professional studies has five child care credential programs being offered in both English and Spanish.

Childhood conference

Early childhood community to gather in Platteville

Authored on: Sep 09, 2019, Written by: Tammy Bradley
Early childhood education professionals from across Wisconsin and the region will gather at the 2019 Early Childhood Seminar on Saturday, Nov. 9 at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Markee Pioneer Student Center.

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Date set for nature-based early learning forum

Authored on: Aug 08, 2019, Written by: Tammy Bradley

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announced today that early learning educators and childcare operators from around the state will come together on Saturday, Oct.

Human connection spurs online success for Preschool Credential student

Authored on: Mar 03, 2019, Written by: Ashley McFadden

Tricia LupiezowiecAfter spending 23 years in the childcare field, Tricia Lupiezowiec was confident in her ability and enjoyed her work.

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Teacher and coach uses education to be a postive influence

Authored on: Mar 03, 2019, Written by: Ashley McFadden

When Matthew Janisch started coaching youth and high school football in Stoughton, Wisconsin, it unlocked a passion for teaching he didn’t know he’d had. Working with students of any age drove him to be a positive influence in their lives. However, he didn’t have a degree to pursue a full-time teaching career.