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Effective teachers are present with each other, just as much as they’re present with their students. In fact, a classroom that functions like a well-oiled machine can only work when co-teachers are working in-sync. So, how can you ensure that you’re on the same page with other educators in your classroom? In this webinar, you’ll learn about how the CLASS framework can guide interactions between adults, just like it does with children. We’ll tackle some common sticky situations that might arise with your co-educator and how to work through them. And, you’ll learn a framework for creating a shared team vision that puts you on the path to success this upcoming school year.
About to be observed? Learn all you need to know about CLASS observations before an assessor comes to your classroom in this episode of Teaching with CLASS.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about how the CLASS framework can guide interactions between adults, just like it does with children. We’ll tackle some common sticky situations that might arise with your co-educator and how to work through them. And, you’ll learn a framework for creating a shared team vision that puts you on the path to success this upcoming school year.
Access the summaries of key research that drove development of the CLASS® tool, evaluations of large-scale implementations, guidance on creating a data collection system, and support for reporting CLASS data.
The time that you spend with all your staff together is limited, so how can you make the most of it? This webinar shares important keys to maximizing your impact during teacher workdays. You’ll learn how to build strong relationships with staff, create a shared vision, and create a structure that best works for your team.
In this webinar, we’re talking in-depth about which elements of an environment can best support interactions, what CLASS Environment measures, and how it can be used alongside the CLASS tool to capture a holistic look at quality early education settings.
Louisiana is leading in the way in making improvements in the lives of their students and teachers. In this episode, Marnetta meets with Nasha Patel, managing director of Watershed Advisors, and Sarintha Stricklin, early education consultant for the Jefferson Network. They discuss how leaders at the state and local level in Louisiana used CLASS® to build their QRIS and improve quality.
¿Está buscando formas de ayudar a los educadores a reflexionar sobre cómo los maestros perciben los "comportamientos desafiantes"? Nuestra invitada, Michelle Galindo, especialista en primera infancia, ha estado enseñando como profesora universitaria, entrenadora y ha estado brindando capacitaciones dentro de sus 20 años de experiencia. Se ha inspirado para trabajar en estrecha colaboración con los educadores que apoyan el comportamiento positivo de los niños y enseña cursos de orientación conductual a nivel universitario que orientan a los futuros educadores sobre el comportamiento infantil. Es entrenadora y capacitadora certificada en pirámide de enseñanza socioemocional y también cuenta con amplia capacitación en desarrollo cerebral y mejores prácticas para niños pequeños, incluida la herramienta de observación CLASS.
The school year is at an end, and many educators and leaders are reflecting and planning for the future. This discussion focuses on how children, families, and educators in North Carolina have been impacted since the pandemic and how these leaders are planning ahead for the new school year.
Dr. Angela Searcy is with us in this episode of Teaching with CLASS to talk about how educators can manage their own self-regulation when faced with challenging behavior in the classroom.