Participants will: Recognize ways that the preschool benchmarks can be incorporated in every aspect of the preschool program including the environment, (e.g., daily routines, meaningful play experiences, and large and small group times; Describe what the IELDS are and how using them focuses on developmentally appropriate practices for preschool children; Identify the guiding principles, purposes and recommended uses of the IELDS; Determine how the IELDS were developed and how they fit into the Birth-12 continuum; Explain strategies to effectively connect the preschool benchmarks and play-based curriculum in the preschool environment; Articulate ways to involve families in understanding the IELDs and to work in partnership with families to help their children grow, develop, and learn...
CUR = Curriculum
Levels of learning
The Foundation of The Creative Curriculum System for Preschool Mindfulness In and Out of the Classroom Developmentally Appropriate Lesson Planning - The Teacher as Decision-Maker Introduction to the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ECERS-R) Kindergarten Readiness? What do preschool programs need to know? Maximizing Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching for Evaluating Early Childhood Teachers and Accelerating Teaching Practice Danielson Student Learning Objectives Introduction to the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale - 3rd Edition (ECERS-3)