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  • Research Summaries by KIDS Domain | Illinoiskids.org
    Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password Research Summaries by KIDS Domain Each document below delineates the research that anchors the developmental progressions for the measures in each KIDS domain Each document includes 1 2 opening paragraphs that describe the measures within the domain 1 2 paragraphs per measure that articulate the research base for the developmental progression Approaches to Learning Self Regulation

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/content/research-summaries-kids-domain?destination=node/347 (2016-05-01)
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  • KIDS Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards | Illinoiskids.org
    Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password KIDS Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards Each document below describes the correspondence between a KIDS domain and the Illinois Early Learning Standards Each document includes an opening paragraph a correspondence table and a list of standards These are described below Opening Paragraph A paragraph that characterizes the nature of the correspondence Correspondence Table A table provides detailed information regarding the correspondence between each measure in the relevant KIDS domain to specific standards List of Standards The document closes with a list of standards not addressed by the relevant KIDS domain Correspondence between KIDS and the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards ATL REG Correspondence to IELDS SED Correspondence to IELDS LLD Correspondence to IELDS ELD Correspondence to WIDA E ELD Coming Soon SPAN Correspondence to WIDA E SLD Coming Soon COG MATH Correspondence to IELDS COG SCI Correspondence to IELDS PD Correspondence to IELDS HLTH Correspondence to IELDS HSS Correspondence to IELDS VPA Correspondence to IELDS Correspondence between KIDS and the Illinois Learning Standards at Kindergarten ATL REG Correspondence to IELS K SED Correspondence

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/content/kids-aligned-illinois-learning-standards?destination=node/348 (2016-05-01)
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  • Partictpating in webinars | Illinoiskids.org
    Administrators Coaches Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password Partictpating in webinars You will need both a computer and a phone to participate PLEASE test your system prior to the meeting We will not be able to provide technical assistance at the time of the training Please ensure your computer can connect to Webex by following these steps 1 Go to http www webex com lp jointest 2 Follow the instructions onscreen 3 If a window pops up asking for access to your computer click allow or trust 4 If the test is successful you will join a meeting Once you see the meeting you can close the window and leave the meeting You should have no issues joining a meeting in the future 5 If you have trouble joining or the test is unsuccessful check with your IT department or Call WebEx technical support at 1 866 229 3239 To hear audio To receive a call back provide your phone number when you join the training session Alternatively you can call the conference number provided in your WebEx meeting log in

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/content/partictpating-webinars (2016-05-01)
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  • User account | Illinoiskids.org
    training Standards Alignment and Research Summaries FAQ KIDStech KIDStech Webinars About KIDS Contacts Forum KIDS Standards Alignment Study You are here Home Teachers Families Administrators Coaches Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/user/login?destination=forum/35%3Forder%3Dtitle%26sort%3Dasc (2016-05-01)
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  • KIDS Community Discussion Forum | Illinoiskids.org
    share your own knowledge and experience using the KIDS Community Discussion Forum Describe your strategies and challenges for effectively implementing KIDS to help create a place where teachers and administrators from around the state find support from their peers as they implement KIDS For more information see How to Participate and Disclaimer Log in to post new content in the forum Topic Topic starter Replies Last post Normal topic What changes has KIDS helped schools and districts make to support teachers by webmaster Thursday January 22 8 40 am 0 by webmaster Thursday January 22 8 40 am Normal topic What are strategies you find useful for observing and documenting by webmaster Monday December 8 9 53 am 7 by lisa porter Monday January 26 9 14 am Normal topic What are some positive changes you have made to your classroom activities as a result of implementing KIDS by webmaster Wednesday December 10 2 10 pm 3 by ptags50 Thursday January 15 2 00 pm Normal topic For half day teachers What are your strategies for observing and documenting for KIDS by webmaster Wednesday March 4 2 58 pm 1 by Ann Klein Monday March 9 7 14 pm Normal

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/forums/kids-community-discussion-forum?order=title&sort=desc (2016-05-01)
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  • Forums | Illinoiskids.org
    Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation Coaches Login Username Password Create new account Request new password Forums Primary tabs View Forums active tab Active topics Unanswered topics Forums Forum Topics Posts Last post No new KIDS Community Discussion Forum Learn how teachers are implementing KIDS and share your own knowledge and experience using the KIDS Community Discussion Forum Describe your strategies and challenges for effectively implementing KIDS

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/forum (2016-05-01)
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  • User account | Illinoiskids.org
    account Teachers Families Administrators Coaches Important Information KIDStech LOGIN KIDS 2015 Mini Measures now available KIDS Standards Alignment Study Invitation User account Primary tabs Create new account active tab Log in Request new password Username Spaces are allowed punctuation is not allowed except for periods hyphens apostrophes and underscores E mail address A valid e mail address All e mails from the system will be sent to this address The

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/user/register?destination=node/318%23comment-form (2016-05-01)
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  • For half-day teachers: What are your strategies for observing and documenting for KIDS? | Illinoiskids.org
    documenting for KIDS 2 posts 0 new Log in or register to post comments Last post Wednesday March 4 2 58 pm 1 webmaster For half day teachers What are your strategies for observing and documenting for KIDS Top Monday March 9 7 14 pm 2 Ann Klein Job Title Gen Ed Teacher I believe that most every interaction I have with my little ones as I am working consciously to be present for them lends itself to data collection I have found that having a quick reference sheet observation log or checklist handy for the measure I am focusing on helps tremendously Over time I have tweaked and streamlined these sheets as I work to find what works best for me It has to work for you has to be easy for you to manage and collect your data as well as synthesize your data when it is time to enter your data Some measures lend themselves to checklist types of logs i e math and or phonemic awareness I can have several measures across the top and kids names along the side on one clipboard I find it easier to manage data collection when I have all students

    Original URL path: https://www.illinoiskids.org/comment/4840 (2016-05-01)
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