Using GOLD® for Kindergarten Entry Assessment in the Time of COVID-19
A free webinar event hosted by Teaching Strategies.
As you are preparing to return to school—virtually, in person, or a hybrid of the two—no doubt you are working at hurried speeds to plan meaningful learning experiences for children. Regardless of your school’s or program's model of instructional delivery this year, effective teaching depends on responsive planning; responsive planning depends on formative assessment; and formative assessment depends on authentic observation of children's demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities. The question, then, is this: How do you collect authentic, observation-based data when you are providing instruction remotely?
Join us as we walk through strategies to help teachers using GOLD® for their kindergarten entry assessment this fall.
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Webinar Slide Deck
You can download a PDF of the slides used during the webinar here.
This webinar from Teaching Strategies will share lessons learned from decades of innovation in high-quality early childhood programs, and highlight the ways that applying these strategies can build program quality and support success for all children from birth through third grade.
Kai-leé Berke, Teaching Strategies’ Chief Academic Officer, will define developmentally appropriate practice; offer support for building strong teacher-child relationships through responsive caregiving and teaching; showcase the powerful impact of project-based, hands-on investigations that encourage children’s creativity and critical thinking skills; and provide strategies for building a high-quality learning environment that will help lay the foundation for children’s future success in school and in life.
Date & Time:
Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 1:00 PM EDT
Chief Academic Officer, Teaching Strategies
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