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Georgia Ann Yanicke, American educational administrator. Certified special education supervisor, teacher Wisconsin. Fellow, United States Office Education, 1969-1970, University Wisconsin, Madison Graduate School, 1974.

Background

Yanicke, Georgia Ann was born on July 10, 1945 in Milwaukee. Daughter of George Elmer and Lucille Sylvia (Schroeder) Y. Student Goethe Institute, Murnau, -West Germany, 1966, U. Innsbruck (Austria), 1966.

Education

Student, Goethe Institute, Murnau, Germany, 1966. Student, University Innsbruck, Austria, 1966. Bachelor, Cornell College, 1967.

Master of Science, University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1975.

Career

Teacher mentally retarded McKinley School, West Allis, Wisconsin, 1967-1969. Lecturer University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee, 1970-1974, 77-79, 84-85. Practicum supervisor University of Wisconsin -Madison, 1974-1975.

Assistant professor Creighton U., Omaha, 1975-1977. Supervisor programs for emotionally disturbed and generic early childhood Milwaukee Public Schools, 1977-1986, supervisor early childhood: exceptional education needs, 1986^. Consultant Sitters for Handicapped Children Project, Milwaukee area Girl Scouts United States, 1973-1974, Milwaukee Public Schools, 1976, Creighton U. Institute for Business, Law and Social Research, 1976-1977.

Inservice coordinator for Blessed Sacrament St. Richards and St. Philip Neri Catholic Schools, Omaha, Nebraska, 1975-1976. Developer, administrator pre-kindergarten screening instrument, 1976-1977. Member child care advising committee Milwaukee Area Technology College, 1979-1980.

Member education study group Wisconsin Department Public Instruction, Madison, 1981. Conductor workshops in field. Speaker professional meetings.

Active Greater Milwaukee Girl Scouts United States, 1961-1977, board directors, 1971-1975. Member ad hoc study committee Children's Day Services, Planning Council for MentalHealth and Social Services, Inc., Milwaukee, 1981-1982. Member ad hoc early childhood aquatics Greater Milwaukee chapter American Red Cross, member adaptive aquatics committee, 1983-1985.

Member volunteer day care committee for educational programming, Milwaukee County Zoo, 1984. Member child care advising committee Milwaukee area Technology College, 1992^, co-chair, 1993^. Member of advisory board Birth-Three Program Milwaukee Center Ind.Living, 1993^.

Member ethics committee Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, 1993^. United States Office Education fellow, 1969-1970. University of Wisconsin -Madison Graduate School fellow, 1974.

Achievements

  • Certified special education supervisor, teacher Wisconsin.

Membership

Active Greater Milwaukee Girl Scouts United States, 1961—1977, board directors, 1971—1975. Consultant Sitters Handicapped Children Project, Milwaukee area Girl Scouts United States, 1973—1974, Milwaukee Public Schools, 1976, Creighton University Institute Business, Law and Social Research, 1976—1977. In-service coordinator Blessed Sacrament St. Richards and St. Philip Neri Catholic Schools, Omaha, 1975—1976.

Developer, administrator pre-kindergarten screening instrument, 1976—1977. Member child care advisory committee Milwaukee Area Technology College, 1979—1980. Member education study group Wisconsin Department Public Instruction, Madison, 1981.

Conductor workshops field. Speaker professional meetings. Member ad hoc study committee Children's Day Services, Planning Council Mental Health and Social Services, Inc., Milwaukee, 1981—1982.

Member ad hoc early childhood aquatics Greater Milwaukee chapter American Red Cross, member adaptive aquatics committee, 1983—1985. Member volunteer day care committee educational programming Milwaukee County Zoo, 1984. Member child care advisory committee Milwaukee Area Technology College, 1992—1996, co-chair, 1993—1994.

Member advisory board Birth-Three Program Milwaukee Center Indiana Living, 1993—1994. Member ethics committee Children's Hospital Wisconsin, since 1993. Member of Wisconsin Association Infant Toddler Development (secretary 1982-1992), Wisconsin Association Children Behavior Disorders (advisory board 1977-1982, president 1983-1984, advisory board 1984-1993), National Council Teachers English, Autism Society America (board directors Autistic Society Southeastern Wisconsin Association 1983-1994), Wisconsin State Reading Association (emergent reading committee 1986-1990, special needs committee 1990-1995, co-chairman 1992-1995), International Reading Association, American Association Mental Retardation, Council Exceptional Children (division children learning disabilities state and province committee 1976-1977), Delta Kappa Gamma (secretary 1985-1986), Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

father:
George Elmer Institute

mother:
Lucille Sylvia (Schroeder) Y. Student Goethe Institute