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Frequently Asked Questions

These frequently asked questions (FAQs) provide brief answers to many questions about effective teaching practices and NCQTL materials. Click on a subject heading below to view related questions and answers. Some answers contain links to information on our website or from other sources. If you have any further questions, please contact us at ncqtl at uw dot edu or 877-731-0764.

Engaging Interactions and Environments

Do you have any resources on improving the daily management of my classroom?

How can I promote positive communication among children in my class?

Ongoing Child Assessment

Where can I find resources that address dimensions of teacher-child interactions in the CLASS?

What child-level screening or assessment should I use?

What is the difference between screening and assessment?

Research-Based Curriculum and Teaching Practices

How do I select a curriculum?

How can I make sure my curriculum is aligned with the HSCDELF?

How can I easily integrate science into daily classroom activities?

Highly Individualized Teaching and Learning

Where can I find resources to support children with disabilities?

Where can I find information about collaborating with LEA's and Part C Agencies?

How do I integrate IEP goals into the daily curriculum?

15-minute In-service Suites - System Requirements

What are the minimum system requirements for viewing the 15-minute In-service Suites?

How do I retrieve the in-service materials from a .zip file?

Front Porch Series Broadcast Calls

Will the recorded broadcast calls be available online?

What do I need to participate?

The registration information says that I need a microphone. Is that true?

Can I participate using an iPad or other mobile device?

Will I be able to ask questions?

I am having technical difficulties while watching the live presentation.

NCQTL Launch Video

For more information, please contact us at ecdtl at ecetta dot info or call (toll-free) 1-844-261-3752.

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Last Reviewed: October 2013

Last Updated: November 11, 2015