A Teaching Strategies Webinar Series

Fidelity in the Preschool Classroom:
Best Practices in Action


Implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum with fidelity supports child outcomes by guiding teachers to establish and maintain dynamic and engaging learning environments that foster positive relationships between children, teachers, families, and colleagues.

In this series, we explore what “fidelity” looks like in a high-quality preschool program. Using The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool as the curriculum example, individual webinars within the series describe and give real-world examples of best practices related to three topics:

1. optimizing the physical environment and the daily schedule,

2. ensuring that every teacher–child interaction is positive, and

3. building strong partnerships with children’s families.

The webinars feature experienced educators discussing challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned related to implementing a curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice with fidelity. Lively discussions guide participants to build upon what they are already doing in their programs and to be mindful of the ways that the learning environment, teacher–child interactions, and teacher–family partnerships contribute to children’s development and learning each and every day.

Part 1 -
Putting Your Learning Environment to Work So Children Can Play (and Learn)

Thursday, May 31, 2018 | 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM ET | Learn more

Part 2 - Positive Relationships: The Heart of All Teaching

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 | 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM ET | Learn more

Part 3 - Moving Beyond the Friday Folder: Crafting Purposeful Partnerships With Families

Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM ET | Learn more

The live webinar event has ended. An archived recording of this webinar will soon be available to view on-demand.

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NOTE: We do not offer certificates of participation or completion for our webinars or webcasts.

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