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Assessing preschool children remotely

Dr. Scott McConnell, the co-creator of myIGDIs and an expert in early childhood assessment, provides strategies for keeping preschool children engaged in a remote learning environment.

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TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT MYIGDIS

Why do early childhood educators choose myIGDIs?

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Support kindergarten readiness

Get a concise overview of myIGDIs measures and tools by downloading the brochure.

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Make decisions with confidence

See why thousands of preschool educators rely on myIGDIs to inform instruction. Watch this short overview.

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Get insights into literacy development

Watch an educator administer a Rhyming measure to a preschool child in this brief video.

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Get insights into numeracy development

Watch an educator administer a 1-to-1 Correspondence Counting measure to a preschool child in this brief video.

GUIDES, BLOGS, AND MORE

Helpful resources for early childhood educators

10 learning activities for preschool children

This resource for families shares fun learning activities that help to prepare children for kindergarten.

How to accelerate learning in preschool

Get tips for supporting children’s language, literacy, and numeracy development in preschool and pre-K programs.

7 early literacy pillars

An expert in language and literacy development shares helpful tips for teaching alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, and much more.

myIGDIs Smart Start™

Learn how to get started using myIGDIs measures in your classroom with these videos, checklists, and activities.

Help all children build a strong foundation for success

Discover why educators in more than 13,000 US schools rely on myIGDIs to evaluate the needs of their preschool learners.

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