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Teaching Strategies Gold
Connect the Dots to Individualize Learning for Every Child
Every educator knows that individualized learning is important, but creating an environment that is responsive to each child’s unique needs is challenging. Prepare children for success in school and in life with the only connected ecosystem integrating all the essential elements for an effective preschool program.
Trauma-Informed Social and Emotional Learning
Embraced in 101 countries and 25 languages, Conscious Discipline’s foundation of safety, connection and problem-solving is leading a revolution of the heart as concepts initially applied in the classroom extend to every facet of our lives.
For over 20 years, Conscious Discipline has fostered a fundamental shift in thinking that empowers adults and children to be the change they want to see in the world.
ReadyRosie is an evidence-informed and research-based family engagement and early learning resource. Learn more below about the evidence base, the expected outcomes, and ongoing academic research on the impact of ReadyRosie with families and children.
Research Base and Outcomes
All ReadyRosie content is based on a foundation of research that has proven to have a positive impact on family behaviors and child outcomes.
Hawaii Early Learning Profile (HELP)
HELP 0-3 is widely recognized as a comprehensive, on-going, family centered curriculum based assessment process for infants and toddlers and their families.
685 developmental skills and behaviors (0-3) provide a comprehensive framework for ongoing assessment, planning and tracking progress.
HELP domains include Cognitive, Language, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Social-Emotional, and Self-Help.
Supports Federal Requirements for Part C of IDEA, and, Early Head Start programs.
HELP domains and Strands are aligned with OSEP outcomes and Head Start five essential domains and school readiness goals.
Partners for a Healthy Baby is a nationally recognized, research-based curriculum used by many home visiting models to improve birth outcomes, reduce rates of child abuse, increase intervals between pregnancies, strengthen families, enhance child health and developmental outcomes, and support family stability and economic self-sufficiency. The Partners curriculum was developed by a highly experienced multi-disciplinary faculty team at Florida State University and designed to support a systematic approach to planning and conducting effective home visits.
The FSU Partners curriculum is unique in that it addresses issues of child health and development within the context of the multifaceted needs of expectant and parenting families. The evidence-informed content in each book supports the home visitor's ability to systematically plan home visits and address key topics that are essential in achieving both family and program outcomes.
Each book in the four-volume curriculum series - Before Baby Arrives, Baby's 1st Year, Baby's 2nd Year, and Toddler's 3rd Year - has a User's Guide, a Scope and Sequence, and an accompanying set of full-color handouts for the home visitor to use when planning their visits. These Parent Handouts, which can be purchased separately in English or Spanish, summarize critical information and help the home visitor introduce subjects that may otherwise be difficult to talk about with families.
Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy assists pregnant women in moving beyond the physical dimensions of pregnancy to the emotional and psychological challenges they face.
Program materials cover theory, practice and interventions with reproducible handouts to use with the pregnant woman.
Research has shown that a mother’s mental health and emotional state during pregnancy has an immediate and direct impact on her lifelong relationship with her infant.
In turn, the health of the mother-child relationship directly impacts the child’s quality of life, possibly throughout the lifespan.
By helping the pregnant woman improve her mental and emotional state during pregnancy, we are able to increase the chances that she and her child will experience a healthier relationship.