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…
Shaping a Hopeful Future
December 21, 2016
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.
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.
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.
Survey of over 800 practitioners shows the vast majority of early education teachers are confident technology users; expanding broadband quality and access to devices seen as opportunities BETHESDA, MD. (March 3, 2016) – Teaching Strategies, developer of the most widely adopted early childhood assessment and curriculum in the U.S., announced today new survey findings showing that a large majority of early childhood educators have access to some form of technology in the classroom and feel confident in their ability to use it. The organization’s first Early Childhood Technology Survey examined the use of technology in early childhood classrooms, polling more than 800 early childhood educators nationwide on their attitudes toward technology as well as frequency and use.
Large-scale study of nearly 25,000 children leads to a shortened option for kindergarten entry assessment for the 2016-17 school year BETHESDA, Md. (February 4, 2016) – Teaching Strategies, today, announced the release of a new option for kindergarten entry assessment, which reduces the number of items required to evaluate a student’s level of school readiness by over 50% and cuts the time required to administer the assessment in half. The streamlined assessment is based on an extensive literature review that identified the objectives that are most critical to assess during the first few weeks of school, in order to provide a complete picture of children’s development and learning.
Kai-leé Berke brings classroom expertise to new role as CEO of Teaching Strategies BETHESDA, Md. (October 29, 2015) — Teaching Strategies, a leading developer of curriculum and assessment resources for early childhood educators, announced today the appointment of Kai-leé Berke as Chief Executive Officer. As a former classroom teacher and preschool administrator, Ms. Berke brings a deep understanding of the early childhood field to this new role.
BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 9, 2015 — Teaching Strategies, the Bethesda, Maryland based educational company that publishes The Creative Curriculum® and GOLD®, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Tadpoles, a leading provider of child management solutions to the private childcare market. Tadpoles' digital communications tools were created to help childcare programs involve parents and simplify operations, improving the quality of care and developmental outcomes for young children. "We are extremely pleased that this acquisition will allow us to help childcare centers everywhere benefit from Tadpoles' technology platform that connects parents and care providers," said Ron Davies, CEO of Teaching Strategies. "We are looking forward to working with Tadpoles to expand our product line with solutions that will strengthen the essential connection between families and childcare programs and support intentional teaching and caregiving."
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