ParentPal™ was recently included in the online publication Red Tricycle’s list of 110+ Online Learning Resources for children.
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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
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.
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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…
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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.
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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.
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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.
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