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CLASS in Practice

Successfully supporting infants and toddlers in your childcare program doesn't have to cost much, but it does require being intentional and curious. ...

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 ...

In construction, a scaffold is a temporary structure used by workers to access heights and areas that are hard to get to. This is exactly what ...

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 ...

Teachstone recently sat down with Janea Menicucci, Rebecca Thomas, Jennifer Armstrong, Alexis Rel, Cammie LePlatt, and Candise Forgue, a group of ...

We've all been there: amidst an engaging lesson, a disruption occurs, and suddenly, the classroom's energy shifts. It can feel like you're navigating ...

As a new school year approaches, educators stand at the threshold of exciting possibilities. This is the moment to breathe life into classrooms ...

Your CLASS® observation data serves as a powerful instrument, guiding you to understand the teaching quality in your program, and mastering how to ...

In this episode, we explore Teach for America's strategies for addressing the national teacher shortage with Grant Van Eaton and Robin Greatrex. ...

For folks new to the CLASS® system, a frequently asked question usually starts with the basics: “What exactly does CLASS measure?” CLASS is an ...