Watch as our CLASS experts discuss some of the common misconceptions of the Instructional Support domain in the pre-K CLASS tool. You'll get clarity on what concept development really means, why not all conversations are feedback loops, and why some people mistakenly think children must initiate a quality of feedback conversation.
Stay tuned for part two on the tricky dimension of Instructional Support!
If you've been training or coaching on CLASS recently, you've probably started to notice that CLASS domains and dimensions are applicable to life even outside the classroom. Perhaps you've started wondering why your partner doesn't have more regard, you've started asking your mother more open-ended questions, or you've caught yourself attending to your dog's positive behaviors.
As I sat in on an Infant Train-the-Trainer session, participants reflected on their previous experiences with CLASS: learning about it, using it to observe classrooms, supporting teachers, and training others to observe. One participant spoke up:
“CLASS is a measure you have to get wrong to get right.”