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Learn how to empower the profession through community using a framework of collaboration at the 7th Annual PDAS Summit
Join us at Harley-Davidson of Madison on Thursday, April 25th to participate and collaborate in a community of practice (CoP) for Wisconsin's Trainers and Technical Assistance Professionals! This is also a wonderful opportunity for higher education staff to connect with training professionals in our state.
A CoP can unite and empower attendees by serving as an excellent environment to exchange ideas, best practices, and build collaboration through communication and networking. 
This year's Summit will equip you with the tools and processes to build your own CoP to enhance learning, facilitate effective communication, and expand your leadership capacity in your work context.
Featured this year: 
  • Keynote speaker, Dr. Raquel Diaz, will introduce how to best build collaborative communities to enhance learning and communication!
  • Network opportunities with Trainers & Technical Assistance Professionals from across the state!
  • Raffle prizes!
  • Light breakfast with coffee!
  • Gourmet buffet lunch provided by Blue Plate Catering!
Save $10 and register today at the early bird rate.
The early bird rate ends March 21st.
Register Now!
Location:  Harley-Davidson of Madison | 6200 Millpond Rd | Madison, WI 53718
* Please note that by attending this event, you are granting permission to The Registry and its agents to photograph and record your likeness for future use.
Dr. Raquel Munarriz Diaz has over 32 years of experience working in early childhood education. She is National Board Certified and received her doctorate from Florida International University researching the role of language in early childhood mathematics. Dr. Diaz served as the Miami Science Museum's Project Coordinator working with Head Start teachers serving underrepresented communities. Dr. Diaz has taught graduate courses in Curriculum & Instruction and worked with cohorts of teachers earning their graduate degrees.
Currently, Dr. Diaz is a Learning Networks Manager at the University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning. Her current role has her involved in engaging adult learners and cultivating professional learning communities across the nation. She has offered more than 60 presentations in over 30 national conferences, including invited keynote addresses. Dr. Diaz serves on several local, state, and national boards including her state affiliate. She has recently been selected as a Zero to Three Fellows where her vision for change is focused on empowering the early childhood workforce through professional learning communities.
Register before March 21st to save $10 at the early bird rate and reserve your seat at the 2019 PDAS Summit!
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Christine Moldenhauer
2908 Marketplace Drive, Suite 103
Fitchburg, WI 53719