Teaching Strategies has won EdTech Digest’s “EdTech Cool Tool Award” for The Creative Curriculum, its research-based, whole-child curriculum that serves children from infancy through kindergarten. Teaching Strategies was also named a finalist in seven award categories, spanning company leadership to assessment to credentialing.
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Teaching Strategies has been named one of the Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area.
Teaching Strategies has been named to the GSV 150, a list of the world’s most transformative companies in digital learning and workforce skills, for the third consecutive year. It was chosen from over 4,000 private education technology companies and is one of just a dozen early childhood education companies to receive recognition.
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Teaching Strategies launches the Teacher Acceleration Program, an eight-week, online coaching and training program available through the Professional Development Teacher Membership, to assist early childhood programs struggling post-pandemic.
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Teaching Strategies seeks to understand retaining and supporting early childhood educators and their wellbeing through professional development.
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“What we see in the data is an opportunity to intentionally create meaningful learning opportunities and career pathways that support educators and enable them to flourish,” said Teaching Strategies CEO John Olsen. “When we support educators where they are, we support children, families, and society at large.”
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Access to professional development is key to early childhood educators job satisfaction. “The findings confirm what we have suspected: If we are to retain passionate educators, we must not only fairly compensate them for their critical work but we must make high-quality, flexible opportunities for professional growth more accessible,” said Teaching Strategies CEO John Olsen in a statement.
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In a new survey of over 2,300 early childhood educators, conducted by Teaching Strategies, educators who have access to high-quality professional development are less likely to say they plan to leave the field.
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Teaching Strategies has released a free toolkit of resources to support early childhood educators prepare for the 2022-2023 school year. The toolkit is designed for all teachers, despite their level of experience, but will prove especially helpful for teachers entering the profession.
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NAEYC’s updated “Developmentally Appropriate Practice” position statement emphasizes the importance of engaged, joyful learning. In this piece, Nicol Russel, Vice President of Implementation at Teaching Strategies and mother to a 5-year-old daughter, shares an example from her own life that demonstrates what engaged, joyful learning looks like during a time when many early learning programs around the country are struggling, and educators, families, and children are navigating virtual school and social distancing.
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Children born in the COVID era could be talking, walking and interacting later and less frequently. Experts like Nicol Russell, vice president of implementation research at Teaching Strategies, tell USA Today that early intervention is critical and provide tips on what to do if you think a child isn’t hitting recommended developmental milestones.
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