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Teaching Strategies’ new, first-of-its-kind Distance Learning Solution offers 24/7 access to developmentally appropriate curriculum, professional development, and family engagement resources for early childhood educators planning for a variety of distance, in-person, and hybrid learning environments in the fall.
Developed by Teaching Strategies and the creators of Baby Einstein, ParentPal TM delivers research-based guidance and tracking tools to parents who are now, more than ever, faced with the challenges of being their child’s first teacher.
ReadyRosie helps schools promote equity in underserved communities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic by harnessing the power of student’s home languages and cultural resources to promote learning at home.
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.
ParentPal™ was recently included in the online publication Red Tricycle’s list of 110+ Online Learning Resources for children.
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
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.
Teaching Strategies Chief Academic Officer, Vincent Costanza, weighs-in on best practices for educators and parents during the Covid-19 pandemic in The Hechinger Report article: Stuck at home with young kids due to the coronavirus? Here’s what to do—and not to do.
Mobile-friendly technology connects parents, caregivers and educators; brings research-based content and strategies into the home to boost school readiness.
Used in more than 3,000 child care centers nationwide, Tadpoles software will send alerts to protect children from “hot-car deaths.”
Watertown City School District implements play-based The Creative Curriculum® leading to more engaged students, classroom collaboration and better academic outcomes.
Districts partner with states to leverage the whole-child focus of ESSA and more effectively prepare children for success in school and beyond.
New study measures effectiveness of Teaching Strategies GOLD® Assessment to prepare Pre-K 4 SA children for kindergarten and beyond.
Kindergarten entry assessments help inform instructional practice and shine light on opportunities for improvement.
Trusting relationships in the classroom are the foundation for all teaching and learning. We can quickly discover and appreciate something special about each child in the room when we intentionally focus on getting to know them through observation.
Teaching Strategies GOLD® Assessment tool measures 100% of preschool graduates at Wilmette Child Development Center as kindergarten ready.
New from Teaching Strategies, The Creative Curriculum® for Kindergarten builds on decades of research and experience in early childhood education and supports hands-on, project-based learning.
New online platform MyTeachingStrategies™ earns prestigious industry recognition by SIIA; allows educators to seamlessly link curriculum, assessment and training to streamline instruction
Former Kindergarten teacher and state leader Vincent J. Costanza, Ed.D. to become Teaching Strategies Superintendent in Residence; Previously led New Jersey Office of Primary Education and Statewide Early Learning Challenge Grant.
Teaching Strategies newly expanded curriculum and resources offer early care providers high quality resources that support the development and learning of children.
Teaching Strategies, the creator of The Creative Curriculum®, has developed a kindergarten course of study focused on child-driven science and social studies topics that integrate math and literacy skills through play, hands-on activities, and center-based work.
Teaching Strategies expands The Creative Curriculum® from Pre-K into Kindergarten, empowering educators with hands-on, investigative teaching and learning experiences that help students make more seamless transitions into elementary school.
The new federal K-12 education law is opening the door for invisible assessment, giving teachers and districts access to a multiplicity of tools to gather data about student performance.
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.
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.
We’re seeing a growing investment in high quality curriculum in early childhood programs where teachers individualize to the strengths, needs, and interests of each child and create pathways for children who may be falling behind widely held expectations for their age.
Schools that are ready for Kindergarten can create truly life-changing opportunities for children and ongoing support and professional development opportunities for teachers.
DC Inno talks with Kai-leé Berke about her journey from teacher to CEO, and Teaching Strategies’ transition into EdTech.
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.