The “Real” Common-Core: What We Should Be Teaching In An Age of Accountability

Kristie Pretti-Frontczak

This program provides a framework for a whole-child approach to early education. One that is designed to elevate children’s overall social-emotional health and well-being. Instructional strategies grounded in the latest neuro-scientific and educational research will be shared. Specifically, we'll explore solutions to the push down of practices that have little relevance or impact on young children. We'll also explore the "real" common core, 32 attributes including self-regulation, deemed necessary for an inclusive society. Lastly, we'll dismantle the idea that "readiness" is a trait and further explore three readiness remedies.

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* Last up to one hour
* Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
* Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support

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Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak finds simple solutions to complex problems such as how to conduct authentic assessments in an age of accountability, how to teach with intention during play, and how to support children in the “messy middle” (i.e., when children are struggling).

Kristie spent 16 years as faculty at Kent State University, and now trains and coaches early educators worldwide through her company, B2K Solutions℠, Ltd. Kristie is a Past President of the Division for Early Childhood and works with intentness and determination to sort through the clutter and chaos to join seemingly disparate ideas. She also aims to celebrate differences and shared attributes to achieve solutions.

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The “Real” Common-Core: What We Should Be Teaching In An Age of Accountability