Teaching Strategies® Support Webinar Series

Getting Started with The Creative Curriculum® Cloud: A Webinar for Teachers

A free webinar event hosted by Teaching Strategies.

During this webinar, teachers will learn how to get started with The Creative Curriculum® Cloud.

We'll cover:
- exploring the resources in the Digital Content Library,
- pre-populating your planning calendar with the At-a-Glance charts from Teaching Guides,
- sharing family-facing resources, including Guided Learning Experiences and family Mighty Minutes®,
- sharing the At-Home Guided Learning Plans, and
- engaging in two-way communication with families.

Note: This webinar is a support webinar designed for teachers subscribed to The Creative Curriculum® Cloud.

Presented by:

Tim Reed
Director, Product Marketing
Teaching Strategies

Webinar Slide Deck

You can download a PDF of the slides used during the webinar here.


Webinar Description

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


Kai-leé Berke,
Chief Academic Officer, Teaching Strategies

Please Note: At this time, we do not offer certificates of participation or completion for our webinars.

To learn more about Teaching Strategies, including our current curriculum and assessment solutions, visit us at TeachingStrategies.com or contact a regional sales representative.

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