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  • HighScope Teacher Certification Requirements
    Professional Learning Certification Teacher Print Teacher Teacher Certification Requirements Teachers who are devoted to providing high quality experiences while implementing the HighScope Curriculum are encouraged to apply for Teacher Certification The certification process conducted by HighScope recognizes teachers whose practice reflects a high degree of knowledge about child development and skill in implementing the HighScope educational approach and curriculum Achieving HighScope Teacher Certification indicates that your students receive some of the very best instruction available in early childhood education To be certified teachers must take several steps Complete the Preschool Curriculum Course PCC or equivalent training or experience Demonstrate high quality program implementation Teachers must be observed and rated by a certified trainer using the Preschool Program Quality Assessment PQA To be certified a teacher must achieve a rating of 4 or above out of 5 on all the certification scales and have an average rating of at least 4 5 on the PQA Demonstrate knowledge and use of the Child Observation Record COR Teachers must use the COR to observe and rate two children for a period of three months They must submit a full set of anecdotal notes and a completed COR assessment for each child Present Daily Plans Teachers must complete an actual plan on their own Daily Team Planning Form lesson plan and a Team Planning Narrative explaining how the teaching team uses their form to plan based on children s interests and development and the HighScope key developmental indicators formerly called key experiences Provide a Professional Development Narrative Teachers must explain how the they reached their current level of expertise including participation in the HighScope PCC or equivalent training Provide a current government license or certificate such as a teaching certificate or a copy of your degree transcript diploma or GED from the school college

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  • HighScope Trainer Certification Requirements
    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 Training Schedules Certification Teacher Trainer Recertification Program Accreditation Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events Contact Training Professional Learning Certification Trainer Print Trainer Trainer Certification Requirements Educators in a position of leadership provide tremendous support to their colleagues by providing staff development and establishing program policies In order for programs to sustain the HighScope Curriculum staff can participate in the Combined Preschool Curriculum Course and Training of Trainers Course Those who complete the course receive the credential of Certified HighScope Trainer Certified Trainers help maintain the high teaching standards associated with the HighScope Curriculum by delivering workshops and providing observation and feedback and mentoring services to their colleagues To complete the Training of Trainers Program teachers must Complete the Preschool Curriculum Course or Infant Toddler Curriculum Course Complete 35 days 210 contact hours of study Establish a training classroom where mentoring and leadership are exhibited Conduct workshops and practice teaching Observe children and teachers working together and provide feedback to staff Advise agency administrators of their progress in completing the course Maintain a

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  • HighScope Program Accreditation Requirements
    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 OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Professional Learning Overview Training Options Training Schedules Certification Teacher Trainer Program Accreditation Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events Contact Training Professional Learning Certification Program Accreditation Print Program Accreditation A program that meets the standards is qualified to identify itself as a HighScope Accredited Program and to operate as a HighScope Demonstration Program in the area s in which it received curriculum endorsement e g preschool elementary Each HighScope Accredited Program receives a certificate acknowledging its status as a HighScope Accredited Program and a half price scholarship for one staff member to attend the annual International HighScope Conference Download the Application Form Program Accreditation standards All lead teachers must be HighScope Certified Teachers Average score of 4 0 on the Program Assessment Sections V through VII of the Preschool Program Quality Assessment PQA administered by a HighScope Certified Trainer HighScope recommends that the PQA be administered

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  • will know that your implementation of the highly respected HighScope Curriculum has passed rigorous review and you have achieved excellence As a HighScope Certified Trainer you will be able to help the teachers in your organization to better understand the curriculum and approach and to improve their implementation of the curriculum and teaching approach As an Accredited Program you are telling your community that you have put time effort and

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  • Curriculum Course fully satisfy the 120 hour professional learning requirement of the Child Development Associate CDA credential Those who complete the course requirements receive a certificate from HighScope that can be included in the application packet that the Council for

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  • contact hours for Eastern s Early Childhood Education course 602 Implementing Appropriate Early Childhood Programs In addition to attending the PCC students will do an additional written assignment on the differences and similarities in implementing appropriate programs of the two age groups not addressed in the PCC which focuses only on 3 5 year olds Students will examine appropriate experiences for infants and toddlers and primary age children The Numbers

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  • HighScope 2016 International Conference
    Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Professional Learning Overview Training Options Training Schedules Certification Professional Credit Academic and CDA Credit Conferences and Events 2016 International Conf Keynote Speaker Luncheon Entertainment Contact Training Professional Learning Conferences and Events 2016 International Conf Print HighScope International Conference Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center 400 Renaissance Drive Detroit Michigan KeyNotes OPENING KEYNOTE Walter S Gilliam PhD We are pleased to have Walter S Gilliam PhD as this year s keynote speaker Dr Gilliam is a leading researcher into early childhood education and intervention policy analysis His work has focused on ways to improve the quality of early childhood education programs He is the author of scholarly writing addressing topics like childhood care education programs school readiness and developmental assessment of young children Topic How 123 Black Children Forever Changed the Way I See Educational Opportunity Dr Gilliam s Topic and Bio Registration Hotel Travel Conference Registration Opens on February 18 Attend the three day conference on May 10 12 2016 425 per person before March 18 2016 After March 18 2016 475 person Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center 400 Renaissance Dr Detroit MI 48243 Reserve your hotel room Transportation Transportation to from the airport and hotel is available through SKOOT shuttle Visit their website to reserve a ride and use promo code HSERFDETI16 to receive a special discounted rate Visit RideSKOOT com PRECONFERENCE wORKSHOPS rESEARCH sYMPOSIUM Preconference Session Catalog Full day workshops and a research symposium on Monday May 9 2016 Get a head start on the conference with unique access to a choice of day long workshops with topics such as Engaging Parents Coaching Teachers Approaches To Learning and more This year s conference also includes a special Research Symposium for researchers Closing the Opportunity Gap Research and community efforts to promote

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  • s theme Early Education A Pathway to Lifelong Learning is timely for sure CAEYC envisions a respected professional workforce providing developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive high quality early care and education for all young children achieved through research education professional development and advocacy We are proud to have two presenters at this conference Field Consultant Betsy Evans Verbal Aggression Is A Pre bullying Behavior What Harm Does It Do and What Can We Do About It Friday April 1 2016 8 30am Field Consultant Tiffany Wright Ofeimu Building Bridges to Best Practice How To Use Program Assessment To Support Teachers In Improving Their Practice Friday April 1 2016 4 00pm Young Child Conference and Expo April 13 15 2016 New York City NY Event Website The Young Child Expo Conference began in 2003 as a joint professional development project of Fordham University s Graduate School of Education and Los Niños Services The goal is simple to provide useful information to professionals and parents in order to help all young children learn grow and reach their full potential The Young Child Expo and Conference s aim is to bring everyone who works with young children together to learn and grow teachers psychologists special education teachers social workers physical occupational and speech therapists pediatricians nurses educators academics and students HighScope is a bronze sponsor We are proud to have two presenters at this conference Early Childhood Teacher Kenneth Sherman Boom and Zoom Supporting Boys in the Preschool Classroom Thursday April 14 2016 3 15PM Grand Ballroom 2nd fl Field Representative Shelley Nemeth The Art Behind Purposeful Lesson Planning Friday April 15 2016 9 30AM Gramercy Park 3rd fl 2016 HighScope International Conference HighScope International Conference May 9 2016 1 Day Preconference May 10 12 2016 Detroit MI Marriott at the Renaissance Center

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