This is a breakdown of what you need to know to get the highest score possible on your ECERS-3 evaluation. It is broken down by area and is to be used as a quick resource, instead of flipping through the book.
It states what centers are not able to be next to each other, explains ECERS-3 best teaching practices, what interactions and conversations need to be observed to move to a 7, what materials are needed, etc..
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