Story Source: Harvard Graduate School of Education ~ Go to Original Article
It’s easy enough to identify a quality preschool by how we react: We feel amazed. We smile. We grow excited. We say “aww.” But while it is easy to recognize quality education, the challenge for early education leaders and policymakers often lies in prescribing quality education. When we see good practices in education, how do we record what made them great — and how do we replicate them in other contexts?
At the latest convening of the Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media shared one model of good practice..……….