Are Teaching Strategies resources research-based? Where can I get more information?

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Teaching Strategies resources, including our curriculum and assessment products, are based on the most current research available in the field of early childhood education. We’ve created a series of papers on topics such as math and literacy that offer more detail about the research foundation of our resources. Download these papers at our research page.

Has GOLD® been proven to be effective in the classroom?

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GOLD® has been shown to be highly valid and reliable through extensive field-testing. A recently-released technical report based on this research, which was conducted by The Center for Educational Measurement and Evaluation at UNC Charlotte, can be downloaded at our research page.

My program is being required to participate in the Head Start recompetition process. Do you have resources to support us?

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Yes. We offer a broad base of solutions to help ensure your success. Visit our Designation Renewal page for more information.

Are Teaching Strategies resources aligned with the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework?

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Yes. Teaching Strategies’ curriculum and assessment resources are grounded in 38 research-based objectives that include predictors of future school success and that are aligned with state early learning standards and The Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework. Visit our alignments page to download these alignments in English or in Spanish, or visit our state pages and choose your state.

How do you support children who are English-language learners?

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Teaching Strategies offers complete support for the English- and dual-language learners in your program. Many of our resources are available in both English and Spanish, enabling teachers to design individualized approaches that build on English- and dual-language learners’ strengths and prior knowledge. Visit our ELL/DLL page to download our research foundation paper that offers greater detail on the research base of our resources for English- and dual-language learners. Learn more about these resources for supporting English- and dual-language learners: