Framework for Effective Practice: Supporting School Readiness for All Children

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| Author: Administration for Children and Families - Office of Head Start

This infographic for early care educators presents four integral elements of quality teaching and learning: engaging every day interactions with children (the foundation), choosing and implementing a strong curriculum (first pillar), using regular assessment of children's skills (second pillar) and individualized teaching (the roof). Click here to learn more about each section and find additional resources for practitioners.

Audience:
Providers
Topic:
Child Care and Early Learning
Family Supports
Provider Best Practices
Grade Levels:
Preschooler (2-4 yr.)

This infographic for early care educators presents four integral elements of quality teaching and learning: engaging every day interactions with children (the foundation), choosing and implementing a strong curriculum (first pillar), using regular assessment of children's skills (second pillar) and individualized teaching (the roof). Click here to learn more about each section and find additional resources for practitioners.

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