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  • work with you to conduct an assessment of your program s needs We will then create a customized affordable training program aligned with your goals Customized workshops can be formatted for one two three or more days depending on your needs and your budget Contact us for more details at email protected Observation and Feedback and Mentoring Observation and feedback following by mentoring is another way we can help with your professional learning needs This process can be used to determine your team s strengths and weaknesses and help you plan exactly what your team needs with regard to training Or it can be a follow up for many customized training modules to take the training experience to the next step These services provide a means to help classroom teachers receive constructive feed back and then mentoring to help them improve their teaching skills And it can help program administrators to better understand their program s future professional development needs Questions Contact us and we will be happy to talk about how observation feedback and mentoring can fit into your professional learning plans Webinars Webinars provide an excellent low cost way to provide information or answer questions on very specific

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  • quality sessions presented by HighScope Certified Trainers and others in the field that have a proven record of excellence And we make sure there are many opportunities to network with people from around the world who are dedicated to helping the children in their communities to learn to grow and to succeed This conference provides an experience that you will never forget For more information or to register click here

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  • steps to conflict resolution As we dissect the six steps we will use reframing strategies to help clarify children s feelings wants and needs During day two we will discuss conflict prevention strategies We will draw distinctions between natural logical and punitive consequences and use I statements to set positive limits for children Objectives include Approach conflict situations as opportunities for children to learn important social skills Use the 6 steps to help children resolve problems Use strategies to prevent conflicts in the classroom Set positive limits Tuition 245 person includes You Can t Come to My Birthday Party book Register Back To Top Best Practices Fo r Coaching Teachers July 13 2016 HighScope has been developing effective ways to coach teachers In this workshop we will explore our preliminary work in this area including our draft of the coaching process specific coaching activities and the interplay between teachers motivation and understanding We will discuss how coaching and the observation feedback process work hand in hand Tuition 220 person Register Back To Top Infant Toddler Problem Solving July 14 2016 In this one day workshop participants will develop prevention strategies to assist in lessening the amount of conflicts and power struggles in an infant and toddler room Participants will also discuss and practice the six steps to conflict resolution to help young children in conflicts find ways of solving problems that are satisfying to all concerned Learning Objectives Identify prevention strategies to lessen toddler conflicts Develop strategies for assisting individual temperaments within the steps of conflict resolution Learn the six steps of resolving conflicts with older infants and toddlers Tuition 245 person includes It s Mine Responding to Problems and Conflicts DVD Register Back To Top Group Times for Infant Toddlers July 15 2015 In this one day workshop participants will engage in activities and discussions to bring fun and developmentally appropriate group times into their infant and toddler routines They will explore a variety of activities and strategies for making the most of group times and engaging our youngest learners Learning Objectives Identify the two different types of group times Use scaffolding strategies to support the different developmental levels represented in groups Develop strategies for incorporating the infant and toddler key developmental indicators into planning for group times while respecting children s interests Tuition 245 includes Daily Schedules and Caregiving Routines DVD Register Back To Top Ready Sign Go Using Sign Language to Promote Preschool Learning August 2 2016 Sign language has become increasingly popular in early childhood education as it relates to not only enhancing literacy skills for hearing children but also encouraging self esteem and providing a common language for your ESL students This one day training will be dedicated to demonstrating how you can incorporate American Sign Language of the Deaf into your HighScope programs You will experience hands on learning interactive learning and be able to take back to your program a plan of action in using sign language throughout your daily routine Learning Objectives

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  • About the Numbers Plus Preschool Mathematics Curriculum 300 person 12 SCECHs February 29 April 18 2016 May 2 June 20 2016 COR Advantage 250 person includes reliability test 12 SCECHs February 29 April 4 2016 April 4 May 9 2016 May 2 June 6 2016 Creating Meaningful Lesson Plans 85 person 3 SCECHs April 4 May 2 2016 Exploring Physical Development Gross and Fine Motor Skills 150 person 6 SCECHs April 4 May 9 2016 How to Support Active Learning During Work Time 85 person 3 SCECHs February 29 March 28 2016 May 2 31 2016 Large Group Time 150 person 6 SCECHs February 29 March 28 2016 May 2 31 2016 Planning and Recall Why and How 150 person 6 SCECHs April 4 May 2 2016 Preschool Program Quality Assessment PQA 275 person includes reliability test 8 SCECHs February 29 April 4 2016 April 4 May 9 2016 May 2 June 6 2016 Preschool PQA Reliability Test 75 person February 29 March 4 2016 April 4 8 2016 May 2 6 2016 June 6 10 2016 July 11 15 2016 August 1 5 2016 Small Group Times for active learners 150 person 6 SCECHs April 4 May 2 2016

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  • listed below Mention HighScope to receive the listed rate Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest 1275 South Huron Street Ypsilanti MI 48197 Ph 800 228 9290 Rate 129 00 Hampton Inn South 925 Victors Way Ann Arbor MI 48108

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  • not yet open Please check back for updates You can register for specific online courses by clicking on the dates here Online Follow the links on the Summer Course page to register online for an in person training By Mail Complete the registration form and mail it to Educational Services Department Attn Registration HighScope Educational Research Foundation 600 North River Street Ypsilanti MI 48198 Via Fax Complete the registration form

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  • 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 or training program you ve attended not the license for your school building Complete

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  • 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

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