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Access the summaries of key research that drove development of the CLASS® tool, evaluations of large-scale implementations, guidance on creating a data collection system, and support for reporting CLASS data.

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Louisiana is leading in the way in making improvements in the lives of their students and teachers. In this episode, Marnetta meets with Nasha Patel, managing director of Watershed Advisors, and Sarintha Stricklin, early education consultant for the Jefferson Network. They discuss how leaders at the state and local level in Louisiana used CLASS® to build their QRIS and improve quality.

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¿Está buscando formas de ayudar a los educadores a reflexionar sobre cómo los maestros perciben los "comportamientos desafiantes"? Nuestra invitada, Michelle Galindo, especialista en primera infancia, ha estado enseñando como profesora universitaria, entrenadora y ha estado brindando capacitaciones dentro de sus 20 años de experiencia. Se ha inspirado para trabajar en estrecha colaboración con los educadores que apoyan el comportamiento positivo de los niños y enseña cursos de orientación conductual a nivel universitario que orientan a los futuros educadores sobre el comportamiento infantil. Es entrenadora y capacitadora certificada en pirámide de enseñanza socioemocional y también cuenta con amplia capacitación en desarrollo cerebral y mejores prácticas para niños pequeños, incluida la herramienta de observación CLASS.

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Dr. Angela Searcy is with us in this episode of Teaching with CLASS to talk about how educators can manage their own self-regulation when faced with challenging behavior in the classroom.

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What would the perfect day look like in your classroom? When was the last time you spent time thinking about that? When was the last time you talked with your teaching team about creating a shared classroom vision? Those are big questions, and you may be wondering how to answer them.

Podcast

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.

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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.

Webinar

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.

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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.

Webinar

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.

Podcast

Listen to the episode to hear how Dr. Moore, CEO of the CDA Council, believes that credentialing can help with the current teacher shortage and can help diversify the field.

Webinar

This webinar offers strategies that early childhood educators can use to promote brain building skills infants and toddlers. And, get concrete examples of what impactful interactions look like in different child care settings.