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  • HighScope: Research-based early childhood curriculum, assessment, training, and publishing
    Professional Learning Overview Training Options Training Schedules Certification Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events Contact Training News Press Releases Extensions Video Clips Podcasts ReSource Hot Topics About Us Who We Are All About HighScope FAQs Board of Directors Permissions Reprints Privacy and Security Map and Directions HighScope Publications Links of Interest International Institutes Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut to COR Advantage OnlinePQA Letter

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  • Login to HighScope
    Board of Directors Permissions Reprints Privacy and Security Map and Directions HighScope Publications Links of Interest International Institutes Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Login Customer Service Donate Login Print Login The easy way to access all of your HighScope accounts COR Advantage Login to your COR Advantage account OnlineCOR Login to

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  • Preschool Curriculum for Pre-K & Early Childhood | HighScope
    Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Curriculum Preschool How We Teach What We Teach Why HighScope Sample Activities How We Evaluate Video Clips Special Needs Conflict Resolution Infants Toddlers Movement Music Elementary Early Literacy Curriculum Preschool Print Preschool Early Childhood Curriculum With a Difference Choosing a preschool curriculum is an important decision The curriculum you select and how you implement it affects the outcomes for children Why HighScope Beginning with the Perry Preschool Study HighScope revolutionized early childhood education with a new approach to teaching and learning Research based and child focused the HighScope Curriculum uses a carefully designed process called active participatory learning to achieve powerful positive outcomes As teachers parents and educational researchers have discovered the HighScope Preschool Curriculum not only helps young children excel in language and cognitive learning but also promotes independence curiosity decision making cooperation persistence creativity and problem solving the fundamental skills that help determine success in adult life This is what we mean by The HighScope Difference Our Resources and Training We can help you make this difference in the lives of the children you

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  • Infant & Toddler Curriculum | HighScope
    Preschool Infants Toddlers How We Teach What We Teach Video Clips How We Evaluate Movement Music Elementary Early Literacy Curriculum Infants Toddlers Print Infants and Toddlers How do you provide care for your youngest while nurturing their growth and development The answer is often found in the curriculum The curriculum you choose and the quality of how you implement that curriculum affects the quality of care for those infants and toddlers Choosing a curriculum that fits the needs of your infants and toddlers their families and of course you is a very important decision that requires careful consideration Research based and child focused the HighScope Infant Toddler Curriculum uses a carefully designed process of learning through discovery called active participatory learning During active learning caregivers encourage infants and toddlers to discover the world around them by exploring and playing Learning and development are anchored by long term trusting relationships with caregivers who are close at hand to support children as they play Curriculum Components The HighScope Infant Toddler Curriculum is a part of HighScope s complete research based system of early childhood education and care Components include Proven teaching practices to support children s growth and learning Curriculum content for

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  • Education Through Movement | HighScope
    Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Curriculum Preschool Infants Toddlers Movement Music Educ Through Movement Moving Toward Health Elementary Early Literacy Curriculum Movement Music Print Movement and Music Effective Engaging Skill Building Strategies for All Educators How can teachers help their students develop basic movement abilities as well as thinking math and language and literacy skills What movement and music activities are likely to be the most appealing and the most effective The answers can be found in Education Through Movement Children naturally like to move and sing in the early years of their lives The Education Through Movement ETM program provides a framework which includes developmentally appropriate activities and teaching practices for each age group ETM supports physical development through the four components of the movement based active learning process Key Developmental Indicators KDIs having to do with fine and gross motor skills body awareness music and movement Movement core Teaching Model Active learning strategies Movement and music are used as a means of delivering essential content in a way that encourages healthy physical development while reinforcing academic concepts When using strategies and content from this program in your classroom you are also helping children

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  • Elementary Classroom Best Practices | HighScope
    Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Curriculum Preschool Infants Toddlers Movement Music Elementary Classroom Practices Early Literacy Curriculum Elementary Print Elementary Building a community of active learners and critical thinkers Visualize a place where children their families teachers and administrators are all part of a collaborative community a place where children are engaged thinkers and eager to learn This vision can be a reality in a HighScope elementary classroom or school With the current research on learning the development of Common Core State Standards and the emphasis on 21 st century competencies and teacher school accountability schools are in the process of transformation HighScope s active learning approach to elementary education is at the forefront of this positive change What does HighScope s elementary learning design offer to students teachers and schools For students HighScope offers a smooth transition from early childhood programs to kindergarten support of their enthusiasm for learning that carries throughout the school years and problem solving skills that last for a lifetime of productive work good citizenship and meaningful relationships For teachers HighScope offers a comprehensive professional development program Active learning is for

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  • Early Childhood Literacy | HighScope
    About Us Who We Are All About HighScope FAQs Board of Directors Permissions Reprints Privacy and Security Map and Directions HighScope Publications Links of Interest International Institutes Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Curriculum Preschool Infants Toddlers Movement Music Elementary Early Literacy Letter Links Curriculum Early Literacy Print Early Literacy Literacy Begins in Infancy Learning to read and write is a developmental process that begins at birth and builds on children s basic need to communicate This principle is at the core of HighScope s early literacy programs In HighScope classrooms and centers children develop literacy skills by engaging in meaningful reading and writing experiences and they become readers and writers through a unique combination of child initiated learning and teacher guided instruction Leadership in Early Literacy Research Curriculum Development and Assessment In recent years the federal government and the national research community have joined forces to raise early childhood reading to the top of their agendas HighScope supports this critical national effort through its literacy related research early literacy curriculum development and assessment products Partners in Promoting Early Literacy HighScope s

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  • Child Progress Assessment Tools | HighScope Preschool Curriculum
    Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Assessment Child Assessment COR Advantage COR for Kindergarten COR Help Contact Us Program Assessment Assessment Child Assessment Print Child Assessment How Does HighScope Assess Children s Progress HighScope s research validated child assessment tools serve multiple purposes They are designed to Look at meaningful educational outcomes Gather information in ways that are natural and comfortable for children and adults Provide accurate data that can be used for individual child planning and policy level decision making And because HighScope is an advocate for sound early childhood practices in general our assessment tools are designed for use by non HighScope programs as well as by those that do use the HighScope Curriculum Benefits of Authentic Assessment Educators assess young children to see how they are developing and to measure how the programs children attend contribute to the children s growth Traditional testing for example a series of multiple choice questions is one way to measure however this type of test provides only limited information It shows only how children do in the testing situation not how they perform in real

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