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Posts by Sara Diamond

Always drawn to working with young children, Sara began her career in early childhood as a Toddler Teacher. Her sense of adventure has guided her through experiences that include teaching, observing, and administrating programs for families and young children. Now, as the Training Manager for Teachstone, Sara enjoys flying the friendly skies to provide support to those who are learning, measuring, and improving classroom interactions using the CLASS measure. When not at work, Sara can be found enjoying the outdoors—camping, hiking, or walking her dog.

It was Jim Morrison who said, “I think the highest and lowest points are the important ones. Anything else is just . . . in between.” We all ...

So, your program is using the CLASS observation tool in pre-K classrooms. That’s wonderful! Here are a few things to think about as you consider ...

I had the pleasure of presenting a session on the CLASS at a recent conference. Before beginning, I was doing my usual checks to be sure that ...

Training on the Infant CLASS measure has officially begun! Our first trainings, hosted by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), ...

We are thrilled to announce that April 1, 2014, is the expected delivery date of our new bundle of joy, the Infant CLASS™ measure.

On a summer camping trip at a national park, “Please Don’t Feed the Bears" signs were everywhere. When my nephew inquired about this, the park ranger ...

A dear friend once told me, "The best phrase you can use in marriage is ‘You may be right.’” And she was absolutely correct! In today’s world, we are ...