The Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS™) is an observational assessment tool designed to assess classroom quality in infant through 12th grade classrooms.
We’re a leading provider of CLASS™ training in Minnesota and ready to prepare you to implement CLASS™ in your own classroom, home, or center, and to support those who do.
Access self-guided online modules about CLASS™, which offer an introduction to the Classroom Assessment Scoring System. You’ll also learn how the concepts measured by the CLASS™ apply to Minnesota quality initiatives.
Get an overview of the CLASS™ framework and learn why teacher-child interactions are so important.
Learn about the CLASS™ instrument and score video segments in preparation for online reliability testing. This training is for individuals who live or work in Minnesota only.
Are you a coach, supervisor, coordinator, trainer, or consultant? Prepare to work with teachers on CLASS™ concepts and practices.
Prepare for your annual reliability recertification test. Review the pre-K CLASS tool, practice coding with video, and get tips for recertification.
Review the dimensions that fit in the classroom organization domain – behavior management, productivity, and instructional learning formats – and identify successful application strategies.
If you support teachers as a coach or in a related role, join us to take an in-depth look at the four emotional support dimensions: positive climate, negative climate, teacher sensitivity, and regard for student perspective.
Prepare to aid teachers in strengthening concept development, quality of feedback, and language modeling in interactions and activities.
Analyze classroom organization dimensions – behavior management, productivity and instructional learning formats – and learn how they fit into the overall context of the CLASS™.
The Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS™) measures emotional support in four dimensions: positive climate, negative climate, teacher sensitivity, and regard for student perspective. This training will prepare teachers to review these areas through the lens of their own teaching practices.
If you’re an educator, prepare to implement the classroom interaction strategies of concept development, quality of feedback, and language modeling.