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  • of investigation a consideration of international early childhood settings practices and child outcomes IEA Preprimary Project Finding relationships between preprimary classroom practices and age 7 development in 10 countries Trinidad and Tobago Early Childhood Project Studying services available to 4 to 5 year olds attending public and private early childhood settings in Trinidad and Tobago The role of preschool experience in children s development Final findings of the IEA Preprimary

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  • April Examining psychometric properties of the Child Observation Record using Rasch analyses Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference San Diego CA Malofeeva E Xiang Z Daniel Echols M 2009 April Implementation fidelity Implications for the Numbers Plus Curriculum Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference San Diego CA Malofeeva E Daniel Echols M Xiang Z Epstein A S 2009 March Implementation fidelity Implications for the Numbers Plus Curriculum Paper presented as part of a symposium at the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness Annual Conference Washington DC Browning K Daniel Echols M 2009 November Evaluating state funded early childhood initiatives Implications and application Session presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children 2009 Annual Conference and Expo Washington DC Articles on HighScope Curriculum Research HighScope Perry Preschool Study General Farnworth M Schweinhart L J Berrueta Clement J R 1985 Fall Preschool intervention school success and delinquency in a high risk sample of youth American Educational Research Journal 22 445 464 Luster T McAdoo H 1996 Family and child influences on educational attainment A secondary analysis of the High Scope Perry preschool data Developmental Psychology 32 23 39 Muennig P Schweinhart L Montie J Neidell M 2009 Effects of a prekindergarten education intervention on adult health 37 year follow up results of a randomized controlled trial American Journal of Public Health 99 8 1431 1437 Reynolds A J Englund M M Ou S Schweinhart L Campbell F 2010 Paths of effects of preschool participation to educational attainment at age 21 A three year study analysis In A J Reynolds A J Rolnick M M Englund J A Temple Eds Childhood programs and practices in the first decade of life A human capital integration pp 416 452 New York Cambridge University Press Schweinhart L J 2000 The High Scope Perry Preschool Study A case study in random assignment Evaluation and Research in Education 14 3 4 136 147 Schweinhart L J 2002 Evaluación de los efectos del Currículum High Scope In R Barocio Quijano Ed Contribución al entendimento y práctica de la educación infantil Mexico Editorial Trillas Schweinhart L J 2007 Outcomes of the HighScope Perry Preschool Study and Michigan School Readiness Program In M E Young L M Richardson Eds Early child development From measurement to action pp 87 102 Washington DC The International Bank for Reconstruction The World Bank Schweinhart L J 2010 The challenge of the HighScope Perry Preschool Study In A J Reynolds A J Rolnick M M Englund J A Temple Eds Childhood programs and practices in the first decade of life A human capital integration pp 157 167 New York Cambridge University Press Schweinhart L J Berrueta Clement J R Barnett W S Epstein A S Weikart D P 1985 Summer Effects of the Perry Preschool Program on youths through age 19 A summary Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 5 26 35 Schweinhart L J Weikart D P 1981 December Effects of the Perry Preschool

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  • Parent Centers Longitudinal Study Through Age 20 by Arthur Reynolds and others Washington DC Preschool Model Study by Rebecca Marcon National Institute for Early Education Research NIEER The Georgia Early Childhood Study 2001 2004 Final Report by Gary T Henry

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  • s Great Start School Readiness Program GSRP which is designed to help poor or other children at risk of school failure start school ready to learn HighScope s work with the GSRP includes GSRP 2012 Report which includes high school graduation and grade retention findings GSRP Evaluation studying the effectiveness of Michigan s state funded preschool initiative see Summary of GSRP Effects Five Years Later and the 6 to 8

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  • Assessment Tools In collaboration with HighScope s content area experts research staff develop and validate authentic assessment tools that can be used to measure outcomes for children and youth and the quality of programs serving them Preschool Child Observation Record

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  • are sensitive to the needs and learning styles of each individual The result is a broad range of learning opportunities that span reading and writing assignments small group discussion large group discussion personal reflection observation feedback and more Although much of our focus is on training to support those who use the HighScope Curriculum or assessments many of our courses and workshops reflect best practice and are useful to anyone

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  • HighScope Workshops & Courses For Teachers & Caregivers
    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 Professional Learning Overview Training Options In Person Online Customized Training Conferences and Events Training Schedules Certification Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events Contact Training Professional Learning Training Options In Person Print Workshops Courses Face to Face Experiences Depending on your specific needs educators and agency administrators can choose from the following options One or two day workshops Workshops provide introductory and entry level information or content review on a specific component of the HighScope Curriculum It s all best practice so whether you use the HighScope Curriculum or just want to improve your skills and understanding of early childhood these workshops are a great place to begin Week long courses Similar to workshops in that discussion focuses on a specific component of the HighScope Curriculum but with more in depth discussion and analysis Again if you want to learn about various aspects of early childhood by attending these courses you will learn best practice

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  • Online Learning
    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 Professional Learning Overview Training Options In Person Online Customized Training Conferences and Events Training Schedules Certification Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events Contact Training Professional Learning Training Options Online Print Online Learning Learn to use HighScope s proven methods and approach from the comfort of your home Convenient and cost effective our online courses cover a wide variety of topics essential for preschool and infant toddler educators administrators and trainers Learning takes place within an interactive community of teachers caregivers and trainers Participants share insights into HighScope s curriculum and teaching methods in actual dialogue with fellow educators from around the world And they receive access to individualized attention from our expert instructors Modeled on the trainings and workshops that HighScope has facilitated for more than 40 years these aren t your typical e courses Participants are invited to be part of an online community where fascinating group discussions take place and

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