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Meet Rommel Mendez, a toddler teacher with over a decade of experience. In this episode of Teaching with CLASS®, Rommel shares his valuable insights ...

Through the month of October, Teachstone recognized Head Start Awareness Month by celebrating Head Start educators and asking for your stories of how ...

Head Start programs have long been celebrated for their commitment to quality early childhood education. The CLASS® tool has been instrumental in ...

Image: Edward Zigler, assisted by Marilyn M. Smith, presents the first CDA Credential to Margaret E. Wright on July 24, 1975, in Washington, DC ...

In this episode, we discuss the profound impact of classroom relationships on learning and development. Today’s guest is Kate Matthew. Kate is a ...

The process of fostering children's critical thinking and problem-solving skills can be challenging yet rewarding. In today’s episode, you’ll hear an ...

After the summer break, I was always filled with good ideas and good intentions. Inspired by workshops and readings about teaching language arts, I ...

ALL ABOUT CLASS® OBSERVER CERTIFICATION The Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) is an observation tool used to measure the quality of ...

This episode takes a deep dive into the complexities of special education and intersectionality. We invited Cheryl Poe, Executive Director of ...

One question we get a lot is, “Who do I observe when there are multiple educators?” The decision about how to focus observations should depend on the ...