This webcast discusses the requirements on the Environment Rating Scales regarding outdoor play weather permitting. Use this worksheet while reading the appropriate Environment Rating Scale to document the materials and furnishings in your classroom while considering the items and indicators of the activities sub-scale. Expanded age range to include children from birth to 36 months. A new approach to scoring based solely on observation of ongoing classroom activity 3-hour time sample.
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Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale, Third Edition (ITERS-3)
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A new approach to scoring based solely on observation of ongoing classroom activity 3-hour time sample. If no two-year-olds are enrolled, this form does not need to be completed.
Use this worksheet while reading the appropriate Environment Rating Scale to document the materials and furnishings in your family childcare home while considering the items and indicators of the activities sub-scale. It promotes teachers scheduling much time for outdoor play while providing children with a variety of gross motor and other learning experiences.
Addresses common questions and scoring issues related to gross motor spaces and play that occur during the North Carolina Rated License Assessments. Provides the CPSC guidelines referenced by rated license assessors. Sign up for YoungStar Updates Child care providers will receive emails on topics related to YoungStar and child care quality improvement.
Use this video supplement to learn more about the process of having an assessment completed by the NC Rated License Assessment Project. While the approach to assessing quality and the scoring lters remain the same for the new ITERS-3users will find the following improvements informed by extensive use of the ITERS in the field and by the most recent research: Describes many of the health and sanitation practices considered during sscale assessment process in NC.
This presentation provides examples of outdoor learning areas as well as examples of teacher-made natural learning materials. Discusses the supervision of infants and older children during naptime and also considers the physical layout and placement of furnishings to allow for good supervision.
You may remain anonymous. It illustrates important considerations in determining the adequacy of a cozy area by answering common questions on this topic.
ITERS-3 focuses on the full range of needs of infants and toddlers and provides a framework for improving program quality. Child Care Resources Inc. Enhanced focus on interactions and the role of the teacher.
This webcast provides examples of ratong natural learning materials.
We provide weekly webinars where you can learn about the Environment Rating Scales and other topics. About the assessment process in NC uncaptioned video.
The established reliability and validity of the scale make it particularly useful for research and program evaluation.
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After this webcast, you may also want to view part 2 that discusses considerations for using natural learning materials as well as parts 3 and 4 that show examples of these materials. One form should be used for each classroom that includes any two-year-old children. This webcast addresses common questions from child care providers about when it is appropriate to take children outside.
Expanded age range to include children from birth to 36 months.
North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project
One form should be used for each classroom that includes more than one child. ITERS-3 is appropriate for state- and district-wide QRIS and continuous quality improvement, program evaluation by directors and supervisors, teacher self-evaluation, monitoring by agency staff, and teacher training programs. This webcast is about Stay and Play Outside All Day, Part 2 which continues the conversation about enhancing the outdoor play environment for children.
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Describes many of the health and sanitation igers considered during the assessment process. This webcast is Stay and Play Outside All Day, Part 1 which is an introduction to enhancing the outdoor learning environment.
This document provides an overview of considerations, questions, and answers regarding ECERS-R assessments for public school preschool programs. This webcast defines the basic requirements of a cozy area for the ECERS-R rating scale and provides examples of areas that meet this definition and examples of areas that do not.
Use this video supplement to learn more about how providers can scalf that health and sanitation practices are carried out appropriately throughout the day.
Sunday, November 11, By using this raying, you are agreeing to our Terms of Service. Use this video supplement to learn more about common questions and scoring issues related to gross motor spaces and play that occur during the NC rated license assessments.