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In the Teaching Strategies Press Room, you’ll find the latest press releases about products, services, and company news.

Are you a member of the media with questions about Teaching Strategies and early childhood education? Our experts can discuss a wide range of early childhood education topics. To find out more email Jenna Talbot at jenna@whiteboardadvisors.com or call 760.390.6978.

Teaching Strategies GOLD®️ Powers Move to Formative Assessment in North Carolina

North Carolina improves transition to Kindergarten moving from the Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA) to the NC Early Learning Inventory (NC ELI) powered by Teaching Strategies GOLD® assessment platform.  GOLD® enables teachers to incorporate formative, authentic assessment measures, embedded within instructional practices, over time to tailor instruction to students’ needs.

Can a new way of assessing kids entering kindergarten help them learn? NC hopes so.

New Parent Coaching App Helps Parents with Young Children at Home During COVID Manage Daily Routines and Engage in Activities that Support Child Development and Well-Being

Developed by Teaching Strategies and the creator of Baby Einstein, ParentPal™ is now available for parents for free through June 30 as families around the country shelter in place

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Online Education Is Difficult for the Littlest Learners. Here’s Some Help for School Leaders, Teachers and Families

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic rapidly escalates, educators are facing an unprecedented crisis. Hundreds of colleges and universities have moved to online instruction, and as of this writing, governors in 46 states have shut down all public schools. According to Education Week, the coronavirus has shuttered 123,000 schools, affecting 55 million students.

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Early Childhood Education Pioneer Taps Education Technology Veteran as New President

Ashley Mathis appointed President at Teaching Strategies to expand the company’s research-backed, award-winning resources into K-3 classrooms

BETHESDA, MD (January 17, 2017) – Teaching Strategies, a leading developer of curriculum and assessment resources for early childhood educators, announced today the appointment of Ashley Mathis as President. Mathis will be responsible for advancing the organization’s mission to provide high quality curriculum and assessment resources for children across the birth to third grade continuum.

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The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos Named 2016 Revere Classroom Award for Innovation Finalist

The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos has been selected as a finalist for the Whole Curriculum Award for Innovation. The comprehensive, research-based curriculum provides a strong foundation and rich daily teaching tools to support exceptional caregiving and teaching for children aged 0-3 years, a critical time for development and learning. Learn more.

New Curriculum Brings Project-Based Investigations to Kindergarten

Teaching Strategies expands award-winning The Creative Curriculum® into kindergarten in response to educator demands.

BETHESDA, MD (June 21, 2016) – Early learning pioneer Teaching Strategies today announced plans to expand The Creative Curriculum® to provide kindergarten teachers with a research-based, whole-child focused curriculum to support project-based teaching and learning.

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Teaching Strategies Receives Prestigious Award for Innovative Classroom Resource Designed by and for Early Childhood Educators

American Association of Publishers awards Teaching Strategies’ GOLDplus® one of their top awards for innovative professional resources

PHILADELPHIA, PA (June 17, 2016)Teaching Strategies, a leading early childhood education resource provider, has received the American Association of Publishers’ Innovation in Classroom Professional Resources award for their newest digital solution, which supports teachers’ ability to plan intentional instruction that meets the unique needs of each child during their early years.

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Teaching Strategies Recognized for Excellence and Innovation in Early Learning By the Association of American Publishers

May 16, 2016 (Bethesda, MD)Teaching Strategies, a leading early childhood education solution provider, has been recognized by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) for its innovative early childhood curriculum and digital teaching tools.

Teaching Strategies has been named a finalist for two 2016 REVERE Classroom Awards for Innovation. The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos has been selected as a finalist for the Whole Curriculum Award for Innovation. The comprehensive, research-based curriculum provides a strong foundation and rich daily teaching tools to support exceptional caregiving and teaching for children aged 0-3 years, a critical time for development and learning.

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Hatch Early Learning and Teaching Strategies Partner to Provide Teachers with Play-based Evidence of Early Learning

HatchSync powered by GOLD® aligns popular early childhood games with GOLD® to provide insights into the development of early literacy and math skills essential for success in kindergarten.

May 10, 2016 (Winston-Salem, NC and Bethesda, MD) – Hatch Early Learning, the provider of research-based, classroom technology solutions, and Teaching Strategies, developer of The Creative Curriculum® and GOLD®, today announced a partnership to make it easier for educators to capture information about children’s learning through a child’s independent play.

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