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  • COR (Child Observation Record) Help | HighScope
    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 Assessment Child Assessment COR Help Contact Us Program Assessment Assessment COR Help Print COR Help We provide support to users in of COR Advantage and OnlineCOR several ways If you have questions in administering

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  • HighScope Contact Us for Assessment Tools
    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 Assessment Child Assessment COR Help Contact Us Program Assessment Assessment Contact Us Print Contact Us For more information about our assessment

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  • Program Assessment | HighScope
    OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Assessment Child Assessment COR Help Contact Us Program Assessment Infant Toddler PQA Preschool PQA Family Child Care PQA Assessment Program Assessment Print Program Assessment Learn about HighScope s online program quality tool OnlinePQA that is available for preschool family child care and infant toddler programs The Importance Of Program Assessment In order to evaluate and understand children s performance and progress we need to evaluate the educational experiences that the programs they attend are providing Programs rather than children should be held accountable for learning To help programs meet these obligations educators need valid tools to assess how well their programs promote learning in all areas of development What Is Program Quality Program quality like child development has many dimensions It includes Structural components the classroom how the the learning environment is set up and what happens during the program day Process how adults interact with children and plan and carry out meaningful learning experiences Ways in which staff relate to parents one another and the community can affect children and are part of the quality process Finally agency wide factors influence what happens in the

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  • Alignment of HighScope Curriculum and Assessment with Standards
    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 OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Alignments Alignment With Standards NAEYC Alignment Head Start Alignment Alignments Alignment With Standards Print Alignments With Standards How HighScope Aligns With State Federal and Professional Standards HighScope s assessment instruments reflect best practices and align with key early childhood standards COR Advantage HighScope s child assessment instrument for birth through kindergarten aligns with state early learning standards the Common Core State Standards and Head Start s Early Learning Outcomes Framework HighScope s Preschool Program Quality Assessment PQA aligns with the accreditation criteria of the National Association for the Education of Young Children NAEYC and the Classroom Assessment Scoring System CLASS for Preschool Follow the links on this page to see specific alignments COR Advantage to HighScope s Key Developmental Indicators KDIs

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  • Evaluation & Research
    Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Research Center for Early Ed Eval Perry Preschool Study 2015 CEEE Conference Preschool Comparison HighScope Curriculum Head Start Research International Research Presentations Articles Links to Related Research State Funded Preschools Instrument Development Research Center for Early Ed Eval Print Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope The Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope was established in July 2012 as a part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Perry Preschool Study The Center was formerly known as HighScope s Research Division which has always assumed dual roles 1 as an internal evaluator for HighScope helping develop and validate curricula and assessments and 2 as an external evaluator for states and local agencies helping them plan for continuous improvements as they evaluate the impact of the work they do The transition of the Research Division to the Center for Early Education Evaluation will help clarify our role as a research institute that functions both as a part of but also independently from HighScope Goals and Mission The Center for Early Education Evaluation s goals and mission include to Discover and spread new knowledge about early childhood education emphasizing knowledge consistent with HighScope s mission of lifting lives through education Facilitate conversation among researchers and evaluators in the early childhood field Support states and provider agencies with expert advice on early childhood evaluation and policy development Raise awareness of the various services the Center provides to external agencies and expand our work as external evaluators and evaluation consultants To learn how your organization can work with and benefit from the Center for Early Education Evaluation contact the Center directly at email protected or at 734 485 2000 Ext 264 To learn more about the Center please see our press release Annual Conference

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  • HighScope Perry Preschool Study | Lifetime Effects
    of all HighScope research efforts examines the lives of 123 children born in poverty and at high risk of failing in school From 1962 1967 at ages 3 and 4 the subjects were randomly divided into a program group that received a high quality preschool program based on HighScope s participatory learning approach and a comparison group who received no preschool program In the study s most recent phase 97 of the study participants still living were interviewed at age 40 Additional data were gathered from the subjects school social services and arrest records The study found that adults at age 40 who had the preschool program had higher earnings were more likely to hold a job had committed fewer crimes and were more likely to have graduated from high school than adults who did not have preschool See Figures 1 and 2 for more information Related sources Benefits Costs and Explanation of the HighScope Perry Preschool Program by Lawrence J Schweinhart Ph D Paper presented at the Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development Tampa Florida April 26 2003 Early Lessons by Emily Hanford American RadioWorks American Public Media 2009 How the HighScope Perry Preschool Project Grew A Researcher s Tale by Lawrence J Schweinhart Ph D Research Bulletin Phi Delta Kappa Center for Evaluation Development and Research June 2002 No 32 The HighScope Perry Preschool Project by Greg Parks Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention OJJDP Justice bulletin October 2000 Lasting Benefits of Preschool Programs by Lawrence J Schweinhart Ph D ERIC EECE Publications Digests EDO PS 94 2 January 1994 ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education References HighScope Publications Schweinhart L J Montie J Xiang Z Barnett W S Belfield C R Nores M 2005 Lifetime effects The HighScope Perry Preschool study

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  • CEEE Conference
    of Early Childhood Education University of Missouri Columbia Co PI Getting on Track for School Success University of Chicago Bio Panel Discussion Assessing Children s Progress in Early Education and Intervention Challenges and Innovations in Diverse Contexts The panel will address the theme of our conference from both the research and policy perspectives Discussants Michael Lopez PhD Sherri Oden PhD Moderator Richard Lower MA Panelists Rachel Brady PT DPT MS Linda Espinosa PhD Hiram Fitzgerald PhD Panel Bios Contact Information Carol Markley 734 485 2000 Ext 251 or email protected Registration Hotel Travel Registration Conference Registration is Open 175 per person Student Registration 75 Register Hotel Reservations Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest 1275 South Huron Street Ypsilanti MI 48197 734 487 2000 Ask for the HighScope rate Reserve Your Room Travel Information If you fly Fly into Detroit Metro Airport Delta Airlines has direct flights from many cities to its Detroit Hub From Detroit Metro Airport and other points east or west Take I 94 to Huron Street exit exit 183 South on Huron Street Turn left into the Marriott complex From points north or south Take US 23 to I 94 East Go east on I 94 to Huron Street exit 183 at the second light make a left into the Marriott complex If you drive From Detroit Metro Airport and other points east or west Take I 94 to Huron Street exit exit 183 South on Huron Street Turn left into the Marriott complex From points north or south Take US 23 to I 94 East Go east on I 94 to Huron Street exit 183 at the second light make a left into the Marriott complex View Map Events State Continuing Education Clock Hours SCECH Are Available We have been approved to offer 3 5

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  • HighScope Preschool Comparison Study Through Age 23
    and at high risk of school failure The three models represented were the Direct Instruction model a traditional Nursery School model and the HighScope model Important Findings Most important compared with the Direct Instruction Group the HighScope and Nursery School groups have had significantly fewer felony arrests of various kinds and fewer years of special education for emotional impairment Different effects from different preschools There were clear cut differences among the programs received by the children and in their eventual effects Both the HighScope and Nursery School approaches emphasized child initiated activities in which young children pursued their own interests with staff support The Direct Instruction approach in contrast focused on academics and required young children to respond to rapid fire questions posed by teachers Effects on social responsibility The most recent interviews of participants in the HighScope Preschool Curriculum Comparison Study occurred when participants reached the age of 23 The major long term finding from this phase relates to the area of social responsibility Initially all three curriculum approaches improved young children s intellectual performance substantially with the average IQs of children in all three groups rising 27 points By age 15 however students in the HighScope group and the Nursery School group that is those students whose curriculum approaches had emphasized child initiated activities reported only half as much delinquent activity as the students in the Direct Instruction group Findings at age 23 continue to support the conclusion that the HighScope and Nursery School groups are better off than the Direct Instruction group in a variety of ways Either the HighScope group the Nursery School group or both show statistically significant advantages over the Direct Instruction group on 17 variables Most important compared with the Direct Instruction Group the HighScope and Nursery School groups have had significantly fewer

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