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See how myTeachstone simplifies your program’s observing, learning, coaching, and engagement practices. And, get answers to all your questions about how myTeachstone can fit into your current continuous quality improvement plan.
In this episode of Teaching with CLASS, social media influencer and educator, Mr. Chazz, talks about building a community in the classroom and being the community you want to build.
New research from the nonprofit, LENA, suggests that babies born since the pandemic started are talking less and experiencing fewer conversational turns than babies born before COVID. Listen to the full episode to learn how educators can best support healthy language development for these young children.
In this webinar, we’ll compare CLASS 2nd Edition with the tool you already are familiar with. You’ll also get a sneak peek of the updated Observation training and CLASS Manual. And, we’ll review how programs can begin to experience and engage with the new edition.
This crosswalk considers the alignment between the Pre-K/K CLASS Environment items and the ECERS-3 indicators and items.
Research has proven that meaningful interactions are key to promoting children’s learning and development. Did you know that specific elements of an environment can be helpful in supporting those interactions? In this webinar, you’ll discover more about how learning environments can support meaningful interactions and what elements really matter.
There’s a lot of talk about “high-quality” teaching practices, but what does that mean? What are the aspects of teaching that leave meaningful, lasting impacts on the children you work with? Learn about elements of effective teaching that you can control—no matter what kind of curriculum you use or setting you work in.
With the exciting changes coming with CLASS® 2nd Edition, you may have questions about what to expect or what this means for you. In this webinar, we’ll detail the timeline of changes and what current observers, new observers, coaches and others in your program need to do over the next few months.
In this episode of Impacting the Classroom, you'll learn how to contend with internalized biases, take actionable steps when you notice biases playing out, and why it’s important for children to see and participate in diverse experiences.
The CLASS 2nd Edition will give you more impactful tools to drive meaningful interactions in your programs, supporting children’s learning and development. In this webinar, you'll learn more about the exciting updates that will help you build more impactful and equitable interactions in your program.