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Supporting Providers

At Gee Whiz, we recognize the importance of supporting providers in as many ways as possible.  Research indicates that providers who are supported not only have stronger programs, they have a more positive outlook.  At Gee Whiz, we support providers in many different ways.  Here are just a few.

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Resources to share with providers

Did you know that Gee Whiz has numerous free resources you are welcome to share with providers? We do! This PDF flyer contains links to some of our most popular free resources. DOWNLOAD NOW
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The Gee Whiz Cohort

The Gee Whiz Cohort is a way for us to provide free webinar training for providers on both our curriculum and important early childhood topics such as the importance of asking open-ended questions and the why behind experiences.  These webinars take place during the evening on a weeknight so more providers can attend.  Plus, we always record these webinars and post both on our website and YouTube channel.  To review the webinars we’ve done in the past, visit the Webinar Training page on our website.  LEARN MORE.

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The "Why" is Critical

At Gee Whiz, we know that it is absolutely critical that providers understand the goals they hope to accomplish with each experience they do with children.  We also know that it is important for them to “connect” the developmental areas and skills (learning indicators) to the experiences as well.  That is why the Gee Whiz curriculum includes tools to help providers achieve these goals.  Please see our “Assessment & Gee Whiz” page for details.  LEARN MORE

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Meeting State & National Standards

Based on feedback from providers, meeting state standards can be a source of frustration and stress.  At Gee Whiz, we take that stress away because our curriculum is aligned with state & national  ECE standards (including Head Start).  We are also approved for QRIS programs in many states.  You can find the specific alignment documentation for your state by visiting our Alignments/Approvals page.  LEARN MORE

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