2022 HighScope International Conference Program

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THE RESEARCH. THE RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI). This year marks 60 years since the HighScope Educational Research Foundation launched its pioneering longitudinal Perry Preschool Study Project, conducted from 1962–1967. The study findings proved that high-quality early education makes a significant difference in young children’s early development, with long-term positive effects well into adulthood. The HighScope Curriculum, developed out of this study 50 years ago, still facilitates independent, creative thinking in preschool children through active participatory learning — a process in which teachers and children are partners in shaping the learning experience. Young children pursue their own interests, initiate activities, explore ideas and materials, and have direct, hands-on learning experiences as they construct new knowledge of the world around them.

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Early Childhood Educators and Leaders — Welcome to the 50th HighScope International Conference!

Honoring Our Past, Forging Our Future



Welcome to the 50th HighScope International Conference! We are delighted to embark on the next three days of active learning with our in-person and virtual attendees at the first hybrid HighScope Conference. This conference season marks a year of milestones for the HighScope Foundation: not only will we celebrate 50 years since the first ever HighScope Conference, which started as a small gathering of passionate educators at the Hutchinson House (HighScope’s headquarters) in Ypsilanti, Michigan, but it also marks our official 50th Anniversary Celebration Gala, an event which was postponed in 2020 and will finally be held on Thursday, May 12, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the HighScope Foundation. 2022 also marks the 60th anniversary of the Perry Preschool Study, the groundbreaking research that started it all. To mark this occasion, we are overjoyed to host Evelyn Moore and Louise Derman-Sparks, two of the original Perry Preschool educators, in our opening keynote session, “Teachers as Researchers,” moderated by Dr. Jennifer Keys Adair, who has been facilitating our Segregation by Experience Roundtable series this past year. We also welcome Sonia Manzano, one of the key figures in early educational history, and one of the “25 Most Influential Latinos,” through her role as Maria on Sesame Street. Throughout her life, Manzano has been a trailblazer and a role model for generations of young children, and we hope her inspirational luncheon keynote will move you to recall the passion and drive that fuels you on your journey as an educator. Finally, as part of our 50-year investment in the necessity of social-emotional learning in the early childhood classroom, we are excited to have Dr. Bruce D. Perry as our closing keynote speaker. His decades-long career in researching behavior, child trauma, and attachment will unite academic research and hands-on classroom practices to best care for young children developing a sense of self, community, and compassion. Our keynote speakers have been selected with care to inspire, invigorate, educate, and empower through their life experiences, research, and storytelling. We hope these special speakers will, each in their own way, deepen your connection to your work in the classroom. The heart of the very first HighScope Conference centered around you—educators, administrators, coaches, and curriculum specialists—in a room together, sharing ideas and creating energy and excitement in each other to forge ahead. Thank you for your support and commitment during our 50-year journey. I applaud your dedication to active learning and your choice to invest in yourself as a professional and a lifelong learner. Being here, whether virtually or in-person, with all these passionate educators, feels like a triumph of resilience and joy after many months of facing unprecedented setbacks and challenges. Together, we can honor our past and the decisions that brought us here today, and forge a new future of the early childhood profession that includes and celebrates every teacher, family, and child.

Alejandra Barraza, Ph.D., President, HighScope Educational Research Foundation

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March 24, 2022 Dear Friends: A thousand welcomes! Greetings and welcome to the 50th Annual HighScope International (Hybrid) Conference on Wednesday, May 11 – Friday, May 13, 2022, at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, where this year’s theme is, “Honoring our Past, Forging our Future”! This event attracts on average, 1,200 early childhood administrators, educators, and practitioners from around the globe. And HighScope’s theme celebrates the early childhood education industry and recognizes the often unsung, yet essential work of the many resilient women who dominate the early childhood education industry. Thank you to HighScope Educational Research Foundation for your outstanding work which is particularly relevant within the City of Detroit. All children have a right to high-quality education. And HighScope Educational Research Foundation’s holistic approach in the research and development of early education could be the difference in providing our children with the solid foundation they need for educational success in the future. On behalf of the City of Detroit, I commend the members of the HighScope Educational Research Foundation, for the critical work that you do in our community and across the nation. Thank you to the organizers, volunteers, and supporters who helped produce and make the 2022 HighScope International Conference a success. Please accept my wishes for another successful event and incredible year! Again, many thanks to you for all that you do. Sincerely,

Mike Duggan, Mayor, City of Detroit

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Meet Our Sponsors Thank you to our generous sponsors. Their contribution ensures our attendees have a memorable learning experience, where they receive the same level of inspiration that they provide to children every day.

Media Sponsor

Bronze Sponsors Other Sponsors

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Meet the Exhibitors Exhibitors

Research Posters

The Book Vine for Children

Classroom Coach: Validation Study

Discount School Supply

Jeff Beal and Jill Claxton, HighScope

I'm Bilingual! Languages Through Music

Ready School Assessment: Development of the Measure

Kaplan Early Learning Company

Jeff Beal and Anthony Nielsen, HighScope

Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children

Educare Flint and Cummings Great Expectations—Building Opportunities for Success in School and Life

Oakland University Weaver Group Insurance Agency

Jill Claxton and Beth Hardin, HighScope Course Evaluation System Overview

Exhibit Hours

Reino Bruner and Anthony Nielsen, HighScope

Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:30pm

Supporting Preschool and Kindergarten Students’ Self- Regulation Through HighScope Curriculum Enhancements: Plan-Do-Review® and Conflict Resolution

Thursday:

8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday:

8:00am – 12:00pm

The Exhibit Hall is located on Level 4 of the Renaissance Center in the foyer outside the ballroom.

Shop Our Bookshop! The HighScope Bookshop is your go-to stop for our newest resources and gifts. Stop in and stock up on all of the resources you need and receive a 10% discount during the conference. Visit us in the Exhibit Hall.

Bookshop Hours Wednesday: 8:00am – 5:30pm Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm Friday: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Explore the Demonstration Classroom! Want to see HighScope products in action? Stop by the Demonstration Classroom near the Bookshop to see what a classroom setup might look like with message boards, daily routine cards, and classroom materials and layout designed according to the HighScope Curriculum.

Fernando Andrade-Adaniya and Madeline Chimka, HighScope Community & Research Partnership for TALK: Connecting Families to Libraries using Text Messages for Early Learning Madeline Chimka, HighScope HighScope Learning Hub: SEED and Stranahan Grants Shannon Lockhart and Erica Hill, HighScope Parents’ Perceptions Regarding Early Childhood Services in one Michigan County: Are There Differences Between Pre- and Post-COVID? Boyun Kim and Aishwarya Ganesh, Oakland University Resilience to Reduce Turnover Tammy Arakelian, Oakland University Development of Nature Curriculum for an Urban-Based and Inclusive Preschool Arianna Pikus and Symone Boyd, Michigan State University

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Schedule of Events Tuesday, May 10

4:00pm – 6:00pm

Conference Registration

Wednesday, May 11

7:00am – 8:30am

Conference Registration Continental Breakfast

8:30am – 10:00am

Session 1

10:30am – 12:00pm

Session 2

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Lunch

1:00pm – 2:30pm

Opening Keynotes: Evelyn Moore & Louise Derman-Sparks

3:00pm – 4:30pm

Session 3

5:30pm – 7:30pm

Welcome Reception

7:00am – 8:30am

Continental Breakfast

8:30am – 10:00am

Session 4

10:30am – 12:00pm

Session 5

12:00pm – 2:00pm

Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Sonia Manzano Entertainment: Detroit School of Arts Vocal Jazz Ensemble

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Book Signing With Sonia Manzano

2:30pm – 4:00pm

Session 6

7:00am – 8:30am

Continental Breakfast

8:30am – 10:00am

Session 7

10:30am – 12:00pm

Closing Keynote: Dr. Bruce D. Perry

Thursday, May 12

Friday, May 13

Changes in the program schedule, including session additions or cancellations, will be posted at the Information Desk.

Breakfast Wednesday – Friday: 7:00am – 8:30am

Lunch Wednesday: 12:00pm – 1:00pm (boxed lunches will be provided) Thursday: 12:00pm – 2:00pm (a luncheon will be hosted in the Renaissance Ballroom) Friday: Lunch is not provided.

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CEUs & SCECHs We are pleased to announce that conference participants can earn professional credit by attending this year’s conference. Participants wishing to receive credit must follow the important guidelines below.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) HighScope CEUs will be awarded to all participants who attend this year’s conference. To receive this credit, simply attend your scheduled sessions. We will handle the rest by adding the 2022 HighScope International Conference to your HighScope transcript.

State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs) and Michigan Registry Eligible Michigan residents can earn SCECHs or Michigan Registry credit hours depending on the number of sessions they attend during the 2022 HighScope International Conference. For in-person attendees to receive credit, follow these three steps: 1. Pick up a SCECH Participant Information and Registration Form from the SCECH Desk located in front of the Renaissance Ballroom. Fill out your personal information as well as your PIC and/or Michigan Registry ID. 2. Attend your selected sessions,* and keep track of the sessions you attend on your Registration Form. Visit the SCECH Desk each day to have your form validated. You must have your form stamped each day that you attend the conference. Don’t forget to check off the sessions you attend. 3. Turn in your completed form to the SCECH Desk before you leave. Forms will not be accepted after 12:30pm on Friday, May 13, 2022. * The number of SCECHs awarded depends on the number of sessions you attend. You must attend a minimum of 1 content hour.

SCECH Desk Hours: We are located in front of the Renaissance Ballroom. Wednesday, May 11 10:00am – 4:30pm 8:00am – 4:30pm Thursday, May 12 Friday, May 13 10:00am – 12:30pm

Credit for viewing on-demand and recorded sessions post conference You must complete an online form at HighScope.org/InternationalConference to receive credit for sessions viewed or attended in the virtual conference platform. Platform is available May 11 – June 12, 2022. Online form must be submitted by June 13, 2022.

Certificate of Attendance A Certificate of Attendance can be found on page 35 of this program. You can also download a certificate from the online conference platform. • After completing a live or recorded session, tap Education>Accreditation. • Credits Eligible will be listed. Complete the Session Survey to earn the credits. • Click the Generate Certificate button in the upper right-hand corner to view and print your certificate of attendance. 9


Need to Know Information Desk At this desk, you’ll find HighScope staff ready to answer your questions and assist you with any conference needs. Located outside the Renaissance Ballroom, the Information Desk is open throughout the conference.

Session Schedule Your personal itinerary, with a schedule of the sessions you selected during the registration process, can be found on the back of your name badge and in the conference portal. It includes the day, time, and location of your chosen sessions. We have planned our schedule and room allocation in order to allow for social distancing. We appreciate your cooperation in following your schedule.

Conference Etiquette We request that you remain seated until speakers and presenters have concluded their presentations. Early departures may disturb closing remarks and announcements considered important by others. Please remember to silence or turn off all electronic devices.

Mother’s Room Nursing mothers can request a key to the Mother’s Room (located in Raphael) by visiting HighScope’s info desk.

Relaxation Station Take a breather during session breaks by visiting our Relaxation Station in DaVinci. You deserve some pampering!

Conference Evaluation We want to hear from you. Your valuable feedback is important to help us improve the conference experience next year. Please take a moment to visit the conference portal and evaluate each session you attend. The full conference evaluation will be emailed to you at the end of the conference. We look forward to reviewing your feedback!

Get Social Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for conference announcements. Engage in the conversation using #ForgingOurFuture and see what other participants are talking about.

Get Connected Complimentary wifi is available. Network: Marriott_Conference Password: HIGHSCOPE50

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Session 1 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Wednesday, 8:30am – 10:00am Teacher Action Research: A Transformational Approach to Professional Learning Presenter

Krista Shambleau, Oakland Schools

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Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

ED Talks — The Evolution of DAP Presenter

Gloria Boutte, PhD; Sue Bredekamp; Kiyomi Sánchez-Suzuki Colegrove, PhD

Moderator

Rhian Evans Allvin, Former CEO, NAEYC

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

Words Matter: Recognizing How Our Words Impact a Trauma-Informed Classroom Presenter

Sarah Bishop, SAISD HighScope Hub of Excellence

Room

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

COR 101: An Introduction to COR Advantage Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Room

Joliet, Level 5

Systematically Supporting Quality Programs Through the Creation of Outdoor Classrooms Presenter

Tina Reeble, Dimensions Foundation/Nature Explore

Room

Cadillac, Level 5

Who’s Minding the Children? Mindfulness in the Preschool Classrooms Presenter

Karen Kay Rush, Southfield Public Schools; Jennifer Rich, Pathways To Wholeness Counseling

Room

Brule, Level 5

Message Board in the Inclusive Early Childhood Classroom Presenter

Lindsay Thurmond, Northside ISD; Annette Jackson, Northside ISD

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Transition Times are Learning Times, Too: Maintaining Active Learning During Transitions within the Daily Routine Presenter

Holly Delgado, University of Michigan

Room

Nicolet, Level 5

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Session 1

Wednesday, 8:30am – 10:00am

Exploring Outside Time with Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Liz Colegrove, CCN

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

Museum Education — Beyond the Field Trip! Bringing the ARTS Into Your Class Experience! Presenter

Room

Natalie Williams, Miami Children’s Museum; Zuzel Oria, Miami Children’s Museum

Maintaining Calm in Today’s Choppy Waters Presenter

Michelle Lee, Tarrant County College

Room

Marquette, Level 5

Cultivating Belonging in ECE and Beyond Presenter

Michelle Murano, Pacific Primary School / Early Care Educators of San Francisco

Room

Richard, Level 5

Duluth, Level 5

View the Virtual

Conference Portal!

Don’t forget to log in to the virtual conference portal and get access to great features designed to enhance your experience. • View your personal schedule • Stay connected with conference alerts • Read full session descriptions • View on-demand sessions • Learn about presenters • And more!

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Session 2 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Wednesday, 10:30am – 12:00pm Trauma and Social Emotional Distress — How Do We Support Our Children and Teachers? Presenter

Kenneth Sherman, HighScope

Room

Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

Innovative Business Models that Define High-Quality Early Care and Education Post Covid Presenter

Jaime Odister, First Children’s Finance – Michigan Office; Zina Davis, Children of the Rising Sun Early Childhood Institute LLC; Krista McClure, Detroit Parent Collective

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

STEM Learning and Literacy for Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Alicia Oldham, Starfish Family Services

Room

Nicolet, Level 5

Sensational Sensory Play! Presenter

Room

Alison Mokry, La Vernia ISD; Elma Guerrero, San Antonio HighScope Hub of Excellence Richard, Level 5

Videotaped Observation for Finding and Testing Potential Infectious Hot Spots in a HighScope Demonstration Preschool Presenter

Room

Andrew Hashikawa, Michigan Medicine — University of Michigan; Khalil Chedid, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Michael Hayashi, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Emily Martin, University of Michigan School of Public Health Joliet, Level 5

Discovering JOY: Using Anxiety and Stress to Address Compassion Fatigue Presenter

Gloria Sherman, Parenting and Teaching with G.L.O., LLC

Room

Marquette, Level 5

COR Advantage Office Hours Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Room

Monet, Level 5

Creating Social Stories to Support Children through the Daily Routine Presenter

Brandy Gingell, Northville Public Schools

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care: Part 1 Presenter

Carrie Duggan, Berkley Building Blocks & STARR Commonwealth

Room

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

Extending Conversations at Work Time Presenter

Karin Johnson, HighScope

Room

Cadillac, Level 5

Aprendiendo español es muy divertidos Presenter

Marcus Owens, Detroit Public School District

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

The Makers of the Make Believe Presenter

Shelley Nemeth, The Learning Curve

Room

Brule, Level 5

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Opening Keynotes

Wednesday, 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Hybrid Session Opening Keynote: Teachers as Researchers With Evelyn Moore & Louise Derman-Sparks Presenter

Evelyn Moore, Louise Derman-Sparks

Moderator

Jennifer Keys Adair, PhD

Room

Renaissance Ballroom, Level 4 & Virtual

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the groundbreaking HighScope Perry Preschool Study project launch. To recognize its significant impact on the early childhood education industry, Evelyn Moore and Louise Derman-Sparks, two of the original classroom educators during the study, will share the experience, reach, and legacy of the study, as well as why they devoted their careers to improving outcomes for children in underserved communities. This conversation will be moderated by Dr. Jennifer Keys Adair. Dr. Evelyn Moore is the founder and Executive Director Emeritus of the National Black Child Development Institute. For 38 years she led NBCDI and constantly worked to improve and advance early education for young African American children. Moore continues to defend and support the need for universal childcare which includes access to high-quality early childhood education for all children regardless of race, economic level, or other identifiers. Dr. Louise Derman-Sparks has worked for over 60 years on issues of diversity and social justice as a preschool teacher at the Perry Preschool Project, child-care center director, human development faculty member at Pacific Oaks College, and activist. She is author and coauthor of several books, including Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves, and What if All the Kids are White? Anti-Bias/Multicultural Education for Young Children and Families, and of numerous articles. She speaks, conducts workshops, and consults on anti-bias education with children and adults throughout the United States and internationally. Louise is now retired as a professor emerita. Dr. Jennifer Keys Adair is Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction and Director of the Agency and Young Children Research Collective at The University of Texas at Austin. She is a cultural anthropologist and former preschool teacher who works with parents, teachers, administrators and young children to challenge white-centered institutions and racist “scientific” ideas that too often govern early childhood education. She is a co-author of Segregation by Experience: Agency, Racism, and Learning in the Early Grades.

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Dr. Evelyn Moore

Dr. Louise DermanSparks

Dr. Jennifer Keys Adair


Session 3 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Wednesday, 3:00pm – 4:30pm Overview of the Plan-Do-Review® Sequence in a Preschool Classroom Presenter

Kristi Kegebein, Oakland Schools; Jennifer Hearn, Oakland Schools

Room

Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

From Recyclables to Challenging Materials for Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Shannon Lockhart, HighScope

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

COR 201: Getting Started with Family Engagement in COR Advantage Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Room

Joliet, Level 5

Emergent Math Geniuses: Intentional Math Activities for Boys of Color Presenter

Chamayne Green, Oakland Schools

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

But, We Just Did That! Generating Ideas for Small-Group Time Presenter

Holly Delgado, University of Michigan

Room

Nicolet, Level 5

We’re Engaged! Marrying Staff and Families By Making Connections Through Family Engagement Presenter

Room

Karen Kay Rush, Southfield Public Schools; Janice Hill, Bussey Center for ECE

Bringing the Story OFF the Page! Presenter

Jessica Fecher, Genesee ISD; Jeanette Maus, Genesee ISD

Room

Cadillac, Level 5

Exploring Teachers Challenges Working with Dual Language Learners Presenter

Jolene Andriaschko, United Way for Southeastern Michigan

Room

Marquette, Level 5

Meaningful & Messy: Enjoying Arts with Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Karin Johnson, HighScope

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

Pink and Blue are Just Colors: How Teachers Can Support Gender Nonconforming Children and Families Presenter

Michelle Lee, Tarrant County College

Room

Richard, Level 5

Brule, Level 5

The Power of the Paperclip: Intentional Lesson Planning Around Open-Ended Materials Presenter

Krista Shambleau, Oakland Schools

Room

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

Teaching with Intention — Developmentally Appropriate Practices: A Brief Overview Presenter

Rachel Ellen Maria Burns, Starfish Family Services

Room

Duluth, Level 5

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Welcome Reception

Welcome Reception Boogie the Night Away!

Join us Wednesday evening for a night of karaoke, dancing, and fun! To celebrate the 50th HighScope Conference, we’re bringing groovy back with a 70’s themed bash! Bring your best moves and your Studio 54 looks to the dance floor. This can’t-miss party is sure to be a fantastic kick off to the conference for all attendees!

Wednesday, May 11 5:30pm – 7:30pm Renaissance Ballroom

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Session 4 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Thursday, 8:30am – 10:00am Honoring Cultural Diversity in Early Childhood Education and Care Presenter

Danielle Rice, The Healing Circle

Room

Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

I Like to Move It, Move It! Adapting Large-Group Time for Students with Disabilities Presenter

Priscilla Molina, Education Service Center, Region 20; Sarah Ford, Educational Service Center, Region 20

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

COR 301: Using COR Advantage Data to Individualize Instruction Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Room

Joliet, Level 5

Choosing Materials that Create a Sense of Belonging Presenter Room

Audrey Rek, Northside ISD; Laureen Owen, Northside ISD

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Bev Schumacher, Retiring from Learning Props

Room

Marquette, Level 5

Trauma Informed Care: Building Resilience (Part 2) Room

Carrie Duggan, Berkley Building Blocks & STARR Commonwealth

Room

Gloria Sherman, Parenting and Teaching with G.L.O., LLC

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

An Introduction to the HighScope Daily Routine Presenter

Jennifer Hearn, Oakland Schools; Kristi Kegebein, Oakland Schools

Room

Brule, Level 5

Lighting The Fire Within: An Administrators Guide to Inspiring Their Staff Presenter

Lynette Galante, Future Generation Educational Services

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Read Aloud: Who’s Talking? Presenter

Tessa Baden, Education Service Center, Region 20

Room

Richard, Level 5

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

Adult-Child Interactions and Their Impact on Future Generations Presenter

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Cadillac, Level 5

Brown Bear and Other Invitations to Engage Families

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Showing Up: Being the One Caring Adult Every Child Needs

Dana Ferguson, Community Action Partnership of Greater Saint Joseph Duluth, Level 5

Dare to Move, Sing, and Teach Spanish Activities in Your Classroom? Presenter

Yolanda Borrás, I’m Bilingual!

Room

Nicolet, Level 5

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Session 5 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Thursday, 10:30am – 12:00pm The Genius Within: Fostering the Intellectual and Social Identities for Children of Color Presenter

Chamayne Green, Oakland Schools

Room

Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

Self Care Is Not Selfish! Presenter

Lance Reed, LA Reed Early Childhood Consultant & Developmental Services; Tameka Dwyer, Starfish Family Services

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

Reaction, Regression, and Reframing: Understanding and Supporting Infant-Toddler Development in Conflict Resolution Presenter

Christine Snyder, University of Michigan Health System Children’s Center

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Understanding How HighScope COR and HSELOF Align and the “Why” Behind Them Presenter

Dana Ferguson, Community Action Partnership of Greater Saint Joseph

Room

Duluth, Level 5

Shocking, but True! You Can Set Limits in a HighScope Classroom! Presenter

Elizabeth MeLampy, Gretchen’s House Child Care Centers

Room

Brule, Level 5

Meet HighScope Researchers Presenter

Jeffrey Beal, HighScope

Room

Joliet, Level 5

Good Grief! Helping Children Navigate Their Feelings from Loss Presenter

Jennifer Rich, Pathways To Wholeness Counseling Services

Room

Marquette, Level 5

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Keys to Equity and Inclusion: Invisible Disabilities as a Barrier to Learning Presenter

Joanie Calem, Sing Along

Room

Richard, Level 5

Early Learning Neighborhood Collaborative: Building and Sustaining a Birth to Five Early Learning System Presenter

Kimberly Diamond-Berry, HighScope; Nkechy Ezeh, Early Learning Neighborhood Collaborative

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

Exploring Outside Time with Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Liz Colegrove, CCN

Room

Nicolet, Level 5

Fixer Upper: Welcome Home Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Natalie Jackson, Brevard Early Head Start

Room

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

STREAM — Building Blocks to Relationships and Discovering How to Integrate STEAM in Your School (SPANISH) Zuzel Oria-Concepcion, Miami Children’s Museum; Natalie Williams, Miami Children’s Museum Presenter

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Cadillac, Level 5


Luncheon

Thursday, 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Hybrid Session Luncheon Keynote: From the Bronx to Sesame Street With Sonia Manzano Presenter

Sonia Manzano

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Renaissance Ballroom, Level 4 & Virtual

Sonia Manzano, best known for playing “Maria” on Sesame Street, will share her inspirational life story, focusing on the perseverance and courage that eventually led her to a role in educational and television history that would impact millions of adults and children alike. For over 40 years, Sonia Manzano inspired, educated, and delighted children and families as "Maria" on Sesame Street. Named among the “25 Greatest Latino Role Models Ever” by Latina Magazine, she broke ground as one of the first Hispanic characters on national television. Throughout her career, she has continued to contribute to enriching diversity on television, on the stage, and in the educational realm. A first generation American of Latin descent, Manzano’s tale is one of perseverance and courage as she overcame countless obstacles to become one of the most influential Latinas in television. She was twice nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series, and is the author of Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx, Coming Up Cuban, A World Together, and additional publications.

Meet the Author Copies of Sonia Manzano’s memoir, Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx, will be available for purchase. There will be a table for book signing following the keynote presentation.

Award Recipients Announced David and Phyllis Weikart Achievement Award Each year, this honorary award named for HighScope’s founder is given to an outstanding leader in the field of early childhood education. Charles Eugene Beatty Award Established in 2016, this award honors an individual’s courageous leadership on behalf of children and families in the spirit of Mr. Beatty, principal of Perry Elementary School in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

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Luncheon Entertainment The Detroit School of Arts Vocal Jazz Ensemble has been in existence for more than 15 years. The ensemble, under the direction of Julian P. Goods, performs at various venues within the Detroit Metropolitan area, including the Detroit International Jazz Festival, the Detroit Public School Community District Showcase, and the International Auto Show.

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Session 6 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Thursday, 2:30pm – 4:00pm Read Aloud Wow! The Best New Childrens Books of the Year Presenter

Amy Vandament, The Book Vine for Children

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Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

Building Lifelong Relationships and Resilience Presenter

Shelley Nemeth, The Learning Curve

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

COR 301: Using COR Advantage Data to Individualize Instruction Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Room

Joliet, Level 5

Classroom Coach: Improving Preschool Classroom Quality

It’s a Sign of the Times Presenter

Karen Kay Rush, Southfield Public Schools

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LaSalle, Level 5

Supporting Active Learners With an Anti-Bias Education Approach

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Beth Hardin, HighScope; Jill Claxton, HighScope

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Kimberly Crafton, Kimberly Crafton Consulting LLC

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Duluth, Level 5

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Marquette, Level 5

Loose Parts Outside Presenter

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Betsy Spiker, Heartfelt Impressions Learning Centers; Rhonda Meyers, Heartfelt Impressions Learning Centers Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

Tuning In: Interaction Practices that Promote Healthy Attachment Presenter

Christine Snyder, U of M Health System Children’s Center

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Richard, Level 5

Valuable Visuals Presenter

Erica Hill, HighScope

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Meeting Teachers Where They Are: Using Highscope to Coach Teachers from Acceptable to Exceptional Presenter

Rachel Ellen Maria Burns, Starfish Family Services

Room

Cadillac, Level 5

Fostering the Language of Physics by Introducing Newton’s Laws of Motion through Ramps and Pathways Presenter

Ysabel Gonzales, Easter Seals South Florida

Room

Brule, Level 5

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Session 7 Hybrid Session

Hybrid Session

Friday, 8:30am – 10:00am What Can Be Known from the Home? Virtual Learning and Family Engagement. Presenter

Marcus Owens, Detroit Public School District

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Cabot, Level 4 & Virtual

Using Family Engagement and Advocacy to Support Optimal Development and Learning: Stories From the Field Presenter

Nkechy Ezeh, Early Learning Neighborhood Collaborative; Chelsea Hendrickson, Gretchen's House@HighScope; Karen Kay Rush, Southfield Public Schools; Kenneth Sherman, HighScope

Room

Cartier, Level 4 & Virtual

Classroom Coach: Observation Strategies and Scoring Presenter

Anthony Nielsen, HighScope; Kristi Kegebein, Oakland Schools; Jennifer Hearn, Oakland Schools

Room

Duluth, Level 5

A How-To Guide for Difficult Parent Conversations Presenter Room

Chelsea Simons, Northville Public Schools Nicolet, Level 5

Using Sensory-Motor Materials Throughout the Day Presenter

Erica Hill, HighScope

Room

Mackinac East Salon, Level 5

Plan a Culturally Relevant Classroom Presenter

Isabela Robinson, Kids International Home LLC

Room

Brule, Level 5

Fixer Upper: Welcome Home Infants and Toddlers Presenter

Natalie Jackson, Brevard Early Head Start

Room

Marquette, Level 5

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Incorporating Natural Science into the Preschool Classroom Naturally Presenter

Pamela Carter, Farmington Public Schools; Jen Dixon, Farmington Public Schools

Room

LaSalle, Level 5

Encouraging Reading, Writing, Singing, and Dancing Presenter

Risa Cohen, Sing into Reading, LLC

Room

Cadillac, Level 5

Using Message Board to Help Children Resolve Classroom Problems Presenter

Shannon Lockhart, HighScope

Room

Mackinac West Salon, Level 5

Becoming the Listener: Active Listening Techniques to Change the Lives of Staff, Students, and Families Presenter

Tessa Baden, Education Service Center, Region 20

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Richard, Level 5


Closing Keynote

Friday, 10:30am – 12:00pm

Hybrid Session Closing Keynote: Dr. Bruce D. Perry Presenter

Dr. Bruce D. Perry

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Renaissance Ballroom, Level 4 & Virtual

Dr. Bruce D. Perry will close out the 50th HighScope International Conference with a keynote address centering on his clinical work and popular writing about child trauma and social-emotional learning. We hope that you’ll leave this address feeling emboldened to pursue social-emotional scaffolds in your own classroom and connected to the wellbeing of the young learners you teach. Over the last 30 years, Dr. Perry has been an active teacher, clinician, and researcher in children’s mental health and the neurosciences, holding a variety of academic positions. His work on the impact of abuse, neglect and trauma on the developing brain has impacted clinical practice, programs, and policy across the world. Dr. Perry is the Principal of the Neurosequential Network, Senior Fellow of The Child Trauma Academy, and a Professor (Adjunct) in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago and the School of Allied Health, College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria Australia. Dr. Perry is the author, with Maia Szalavitz, of The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog, a bestselling book based on his work with maltreated children and Born For Love: Why Empathy is Essential and Endangered. Dr. Perry’s most recent book, What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing, co-authored with Oprah Winfrey, was released in 2021.

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Prerecorded Sessions – Available until June 12 Developmentally Appropriate Practices in the Time of COVID Presenter

Alissa Mwenelupembe, NAEYC; Susan Friedman, NAEYC

How to Support and Encourage Dramatic Play in the House Area Presenter

Amy Burns, Orange Board of Education

COR 102: An Introduction to Reporting in COR Advantage Presenter

Anna Marrs, Kaymbu

Extinguish the BURN! Real Talk about Educator Burnout Presenter

Colleen Schmit, Four Monkeys Press

What I Need from You is Under­ standing: Looking at Comprehension through a STEAM Lens Presenter

Courtney Campbell, Jersey City Public Schools; Gemma Fitzgerald, Jersey City Public Schools

Supporting Hybrid Approaches to Learning in Early Childhood Education Settings in Ireland Presenter

Elaine Sterritt, Early Years-HighScope Ireland; Sharon Harvey, Early Years-HighScope Ireland

The Importance of Plan-Do-Review® Presenter

Giselle Cruz, Starfish Family Services; Renee Pascas, Starfish Family Services

Learning and Playing Outdoors in Nature Presenter

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Jamie Shell, 4C for Children

An Introduction to Using Reflective Practice in Work With Children and Families Presenter

Joni Zieldorff, Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health; Tina Jones

Enhancing the Environment to Support STEM Presenter

Kasey Kile, Kodo

El Cesto del Tesoro (The Treasure Basket). Período de Elección para los Lactantes y Maternales Presenter

Krishna Murillo, Colegio Keppler

Connection Before Correction! Presenter

Marie Diane Trottier, HighScope Canada

Formación de adultos para la atención a la primera infancia, desarrollo profesional activo participativo Presenter

Martha Luvia Sánchez, Secretaría de Educación México

Sticks and Stones: Words Really Can Hurt You Presenter

Moya Fewson, HighScope Canada

The Scientific Method in Your HighScope Classroom Presenter

Rachel Franz, Twig & Thread Consulting

Planning Interactive Read-Alouds to Support Social-Emotional Learning Presenter

Sarah Bishop, SAISD HighScope’s Hub of Excellence; Emily Pena, SAISD HighScope’s Hub of Excellence


Call for Research Partners

Call for Research Partners Partnering with schools and teachers is an absolute necessity for conducting research. Every year, HighScope submits grant proposals which require the identification of research partners who are willing to submit Letters of Interest for participating in our research projects. HighScope is issuing a general call for research partners who are willing to provide a generic Letter of Interest that we can use for grant purposes. Research partners often receive, at no cost: • Professional development • Incentives for participating • Instructional materials

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HighScope Infant-Toddler Key Developmental Indicators (KDIs) A. Approaches to Learning 1. Initiative: Children express initiative. 2. Problem solving: Children solve problems encountered in exploration and play. 3. Self-help: Children do things for themselves.

B. Social and Emotional Development 4. Distinguishing self and others: Children distinguish themselves from others. 5. Attachment: Children form an attachment to a primary caregiver.

E. Cognitive Development 22. Exploring objects: Children explore objects with their hands, feet, mouth, eyes, ears, and nose. 23. Object permanence: Children discover object permanence. 24. Exploring same and different: Children explore and notice how things are the same or different. 25. Exploring more: Children experience “more.” 26. One-to-one correspondence: Children experience one-to-one correspondence. 27. Number: Children experience the number of things.

6. Relationships with adults: Children build relationships with other adults.

28. Locating objects: Children explore and notice the location of objects.

7. Relationships with peers: Children build relationships with peers.

29. Filling and emptying: Children fill and empty, put in and take out.

8. Emotions: Children express emotions.

30. Taking apart and putting together: Children take things apart and fit them together.

9. Empathy: Children show empathy toward the feelings and needs of others. 10. Playing with others: Children play with others.

31. Seeing from different viewpoints: Children observe people and things from various perspectives.

11. Group participation: Children participate in group routines.

32. Anticipating events: Children anticipate familiar events.

C. Physical Development and Health

33. Time intervals: Children notice the beginning and ending of time intervals.

12. Moving parts of the body: Children move parts of the body (turning head, grasping, kicking).

34. Speed: Children experience “fast” and “slow.”

13. Moving the whole body: Children move the whole body (rolling, crawling, cruising, walking, running, balancing).

35. Cause and effect: Children repeat an action to make something happen again, experience cause and effect.

14. Moving with objects: Children move with objects.

F. Creative Arts

15. Steady beat: Children feel and experience steady beat.

36. Imitating and pretending: Children imitate and pretend.

D. Communication, Language, and Literacy

37. Exploring art materials: Children explore building and art materials.

16. Listening and responding: Children listen and respond.

38. Identifying visual images: Children respond to and identify pictures and photographs.

17. Nonverbal communication: Children communicate nonverbally.

39. Listening to music: Children listen to music.

18. Two-way communication: Children participate in two-way communication.

41. Sounds: Children explore and imitate sounds.

19. Speaking: Children speak. 20. Exploring print: Children explore picture books and magazines. 21. Enjoying language: Children enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs.

40. Responding to music: Children respond to music. 42. Vocal pitch: Children explore vocal pitch sounds.

Key developmental indicators (KDIs) are the building blocks of thinking, reasoning, and learning at each stage of development. © 2011 HighScope® Educational Research Foundation

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HighScope Preschool Key Developmental Indicators (KDIs) A. Approaches to Learning 1. Initiative: Children demonstrate initiative as they explore their world. 2. Planning: Children make plans and follow through on their intentions. 3. Engagement: Children focus on activities that interest them. 4. Problem solving: Children solve problems encountered in play. 5. Use of resources: Children gather information and formulate ideas about their world. 6. Reflection: Children reflect on their experiences.

B. Social and Emotional Development 7. Self-identity: Children have a positive self-identity. 8. Sense of competence: Children feel they are competent. 9. Emotions: Children recognize, label, and regulate their feelings. 10. Empathy: Children demonstrate empathy toward others. 11. Community: Children participate in the community of the classroom. 12. Building relationships: Children build relationships with other children and adults. 13. Cooperative play: Children engage in cooperative play. 14. Moral development: Children develop an internal sense of right and wrong. 15. Conflict resolution: Children resolve social conflicts.

C. Physical Development and Health 16. Gross-motor skills: Children demonstrate strength, flexibility, balance, and timing in using their large muscles. 17. Fine-motor skills: Children demonstrate dexterity and hand-eye coordination in using their small muscles. 18. Body awareness: Children know about their bodies and how to navigate them in space. 19. Personal care: Children carry out personal care routines on their own. 20. Healthy behavior: Children engage in healthy practices.

D. Language, Literacy, and Communication1 21. Comprehension: Children understand language. 22. Speaking: Children express themselves using language. 23. Vocabulary: Children understand and use a variety of words and phrases. 24. Phonological awareness: Children identify distinct sounds in spoken language. 25. Alphabetic knowledge: Children identify letter names and their sounds. 26. Reading: Children read for pleasure and information. 27. Concepts about print: Children demonstrate knowledge about environmental print. 28. Book knowledge: Children demonstrate knowledge about books. 29. Writing: Children write for many different purposes. 30. English language learning: (If applicable) Children use English and their home language(s) (including sign language). Key developmental indicators (KDIs) are the building blocks of thinking, reasoning, and learning at each stage of development. 1

Language, Literacy, and Communication KDIs 21–29 may be used for the child’s home language(s) as well as English. KDI 30 refers specifically to English language learning.

E. Mathematics 31. Number words and symbols: Children recognize and use number words and symbols. 32. Counting: Children count things. 33. Part-whole relationships: Children combine and separate quantities of objects. 34. Shapes: Children identify, name, and describe shapes. 35. Spatial awareness: Children recognize spatial relationships among people and objects. 36. Measuring: Children measure to describe, compare, and order things. 37. Unit: Children understand and use the concept of unit. 38. Patterns: Children identify, describe, copy, complete, and create patterns. 39. Data analysis: Children use information about quantity to draw conclusions, make decisions, and solve problems.

F. Creative Arts 40. Art: Children express and represent what they observe, think, imagine, and feel through two- and three-dimensional art. 41. Music: Children express and represent what they observe, think, imagine, and feel through music. 42. Movement: Children express and represent what they observe, think, imagine, and feel through movement. 43. Pretend play: Children express and represent what they observe, think, imagine, and feel through pretend play. 44. Appreciating the arts: Children appreciate the creative arts.

G. Science and Technology 45. Observing: Children observe the materials and processes in their environment. 46. Classifying: Children classify materials, actions, people, and events. 47. Experimenting: Children experiment to test their ideas. 48. Predicting: Children predict what they expect will happen. 49. Drawing conclusions: Children draw conclusions based on their experiences and observations. 50. Communicating ideas: Children communicate their ideas about the characteristics of things and how they work. 51. Natural and physical world: Children gather knowledge about the natural and physical world. 52. Tools and technology: Children explore and use tools and technology.

H. Social Studies 53. Diversity: Children understand that people have diverse characteristics, interests, and abilities. 54. Community roles: Children recognize that people have different roles and functions in the community. 55. Decision making: Children participate in making classroom decisions. 56. Geography: Children recognize and interpret features and locations in their environment. 57. History: Children understand past, present, and future. 58. Ecology: Children understand the importance of taking care of their environment.

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