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Recently, I attended a training with coaches and educators from across the country, all with one goal in mind: how can I increase the quality of ...

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 ...

It's not uncommon for early childhood educators to need to strike a balance between following children's leads and sticking to the classroom ...

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 ...

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

An educator’s job is to teach, inspire, and support children’s social, emotional, and cognitive growth. But, to do this effectively, educators must ...

Originally published October 18, 2021 There is always an opportunity for interaction. Some opportunities are easily recognizable: times of play, free ...

Educators learning about CLASS® are asked to narrate their actions and sportscast their children’s experiences in order to support and encourage ...

The idea of being observed while performing a job can make anyone feel a little nervous. But understanding what CLASS observations are really about ...

So, you’re dual-certified on the Infant and Toddler CLASS® tools. Congrats! Not only can you observe in Infant classrooms (birth to 18 months) and ...