State and National Standards
How WINGS Curriculum Aligns with State & National Standards
Explore How WINGS Meets NAEYC’s 8 Indicators of Effective Curriculum
- Children are active and engaged.
- Goals are clear and shared by all.
- Curriculum is evidence-based.
- Valued content is learned through investigation and focused, intentional teaching.
- Curriculum builds on prior learning and experiences.
- Curriculum is comprehensive
- Professional standards validate the curriculum’s subject-matter content.
- The curriculum is likely to benefit children.
Explore How WINGS Meets NAEYC’s 11 Indicators of Effective Assessment Practices
- Ethical principles guide assessment practices.
- Assessment instruments are used for their intended purposes.
- Assessments are appropriate for ages and other characteristics of children being assessed.
- Assessment instruments are in compliance with professional criteria for quality.
- What is assessed is developmentally and educationally significant.
- Assessment evidence is used to understand and improve learning.
- Assessment evidence is gathered from realistic settings and situations that reflect children’s actual performance.
- Assessments use multiple sources of evidence gathered over time.
- Screening is always linked to follow-up
- Use of individually administered, norm-referenced tests is limited.
- Staff and families are knowledgeable about assessment
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