HighScope and New Hampshire
When you choose HighScope for your curriculum and assessment needs, not only can you count on research-based and child-focused resources carefully designed to scaffold children’s learning and development — you can feel confident that you are backed by the highest quality professional learning support in the field of early education.
Strengthen your practice.
HighScope has a variety of resources designed to support you as you engage young learners — from an all-in-one kit to help preschoolers develop math skills, to conflict resolution strategies that help preschoolers solve problems, to activities that promote the home-school connection, and so much more! Contact us for more information on our highly recommended curriculum resources, or visit the HighScope store.
See our Infant-Toddler and Preschool Curriculum
The HighScope Curriculum features active learning at its core.
Implement with confidence.
At HighScope we don’t just provide what to teach — we focus on how to teach. With our professional learning program, you are empowered with the skills and confidence to create a high-quality learning experience that responds to each child’s individual strengths and interests. Explore our professional learning options to ensure you implement with confidence from day one. From in-person workshops, online courses, and professional learning DVDs, we meet you wherever you are in your professional journey so you can continue to strengthen your practice.
Real world. Real teachers. Real learning.
Assess with confidence.
COR Advantage is designed for teacher and child success. Based on 36 items that are proven by research to best prepare children for later schooling, COR Advantage has the fewest items of any early childhood assessment, keeping the instructional day focused on what is most important — children’s own interests and explorations. COR Advantage is criterion-referenced, research-based, and proven valid and reliable through rigorous validation studies. COR can be used with children from birth to age six — including children who are English language learners and those with special needs.
Results you can trust.
New Hampshire Early Learning Guidelines (2005)
Contact the HighScope Customer Sales Team for additional information via this form to determine which resources are the right fit for your program.