More than one-third of America’s young children enter kindergarten lacking the skills crucial to school success.
This means that every year, over a million children enter kindergarten behind on Day 1 in literacy and numeracy development. Meanwhile, research shows that these early years of education can be directly linked to odds of long-term success.
Our early childhood assessments are specifically designed to help address this issue by giving preschool educators the decision-making tools they need in order to monitor growth throughout a child’s early years. For over a decade, IGDIs early childhood assessments have enabled early childhood and pre-k instructors to identify children at-risk of developmental delays early and monitor development gains often to help children become school-ready.
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Train-the-Trainer (TOT) / Certification Training – limited seating available This is a 2-day Train-the-Trainer (TOT) / Certification Training. Participants will be instructed on proper administration protocol and be expected to demonstrate adequate reliability as an assessor. Assessment tools covered will include: Early Literacy+, Early Numeracy, and the Data System. This course is a combination of […]
RtI Innovations in Education Conference 2017 The 2017 RtI Innovations in Education Conference will be held on October 12 & 13 in Milwaukee, WI. This is the premier national conference on RtI/MTSS – For Doers, By Doers. Learn from the people who are implementing every day and getting great results for students. New sessions this […]
Division of Early Childhood (DEC) Conference 2017 On October 4-6, 2017, the Division for Early Childhood will bring together a passionate group of dedicated individuals who work with or on behalf of young children (0-8) with special needs and their families. Leading experts will gather from all over the world to unite with other participants […]