Introduction to the High/Scope curriculum a two-day workshop training packet.

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Published by High/Scope Educational Research Foundation in Ypsilanti, MI .

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  • Education, Preschool -- United States.

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ContributionsHigh/Scope Educational Research Foundation.
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Pagination60 p. ;
Number of Pages60
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Open LibraryOL21833872M

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Curriculum categories, The Essentials + The Learning Environment + Intentional Planning. Together, the resources included in this simple, three-step approach, allows your program to immediately begin creating a child-centered learning environment with a high level of File Size: KB. Curriculum & Assessment.

The HighScope Preschool Curriculum. Beginning with the Perry Preschool Study, HighScope revolutionized early childhood education with a new approach to teaching and ch-based and child-focused, the HighScope Curriculum uses a carefully designed process — called "active participatory learning" — to achieve powerful, positive outcomes.

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The HighScope Educational Research Foundation (known as HighScope or High/Scope) studies methods of early childhood education based on the methods of the Perry Preschool study.

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