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Carson Blaschkotest

Master Trainer

SARTELL, MN

(218) 390-4755

Miles willing to travel
100
Time of day
Both Daytime and Evening
Schedule Availability
Both weekdays and weekends
Primary Language
English
Training Language(s)
English

Joyce A. McQuiston M.S.Ed. Education from UWS-Superior, Wisconsin. SPECIAL EDUCATION Teacher-Proctor School District - Autism Certification Specialist; RBPD Coach-; EDUCATIONAL CAREĀ®: Founder/Teacher/Owner-.25+ years experience teaching children, working with families and training other teachers. Graduate of the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN: B.A.S. Early Childhood Family Education (Parent/Adult Education)1992. 2000 received licensure for Kindergarten-Grade 6 in the Masters of Ed. program College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN. 2006 began with MN Child Care R&R as Literacy & School Readiness Trainer. Currently facilitating several trainings through Childcare Aware. "Your enthusiastic energy and contagious smile is truly what brought me back each week!"- "Joyce, I absolutely love coming to your classes! You are so respectful towards everyone. We are treated as though what we share is very important." - "Your respect for us shines through in your teaching."MNITC participant

Age Group Expertise

Infants Toddlers Preschoolers School Age Middle School Secondary Adults

Knowledge and Competency Framework

I: Child Development and Learning II.A: Creating Positive Learning Experiences II.B: Promoting Cognitive Development II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development II.D: Promoting Physical Development II.E: Promoting Creative Development III: Relationships with Families IV.A: Observing, Recording and Assessing Development IV.B: Assessing and Using Information to Plan IV.C: Assessing and Using Information to Enhance and Maintain Program Quality V: Historical and Contemporary Development of Early Childhood Education VI: Professionalism VII.A: Establishing Healthy Practices VII.B: Ensuring Safety VII.C: Providing Healthy Nutrition

Other Competencies

Adult Education: Delivery for Trainers CDA - Effective Program Operation CDA - Maintaining Professionalism CDA - Observing and Recording Behavior CDA - Physical and Intellectual Development CDA - Principles of Child Growth and Development CDA - Productive Family Relationships CDA - Safe Healthy Learning Environment CDA - Social and Emotional Development

Endorsements

Not by Chance SEEDS of emergent literacy

Higher Education

Bachelor's Degree
College of Saint Scholastica
Bachelor of Arts
Certificate/Credential for Credit
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Master's Degree
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Special Education Major Learning Disabilities
Some College
St. Catherine University
Elementary Education K-6

Additional Credentials

DHS Background Check