What is a HighReach curriculum?

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HighReach curriculum is HighReach Learning's system of educational programs, which emphasizes project-focused play, relationship-based learning and the discovery of teaching opportunities in any experience or interaction. The program is focused on children ages 0 through 5 years, which means it is ideal for children who have not yet started kindergarten.

The system teaches educators a four-step planning process to help them prepare lessons and activities. These steps include gathering information, customizing the concept web, planning lessons and choosing experiences. They are also taught to incorporate a child's interests into the learning plan by relating to the child, exploring his abilities and inspiring further learning.

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