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Mary wennersten k 3 literacy director arizona

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individuals who helped inform the review process through their experience and expertise. Mary Wennersten, K-3 Literacy Director, Arizona Department of Education Suzi Mast, Mathematics/Science Education Specialist, Arizona Department of Education Dr. Nancy Perry, Assistant Dean, Clinical Services, Arizona State University Cathy Otto, Director of Educational Services, Southwest Institute for Families Ida Rose Florez, Arizona First Things First To provide additional guidance regarding early learning, the following individuals participated in the development of examples to support the integration of approaches to learning, mathematics and language and literacy into all domains. Additionally, the Alignment of the revised Early Learning Standards with the Infant and Toddler Guidelines, the Head Start Outcomes Framework and the Arizona Kindergarten Standards was updated. Our appreciation is extended to each of these individuals who shared their experience and expertise. Jenny Lichtsinn – Continental School District Kris Bliss – Mesa Community College Children’s Center Celines Soto-Trinidad – Dysart Early Childhood Education Center Kimberly Tan – Maricopa County Head Start Renee Mesnik – Rio Salado College Nancy L. Alexander – Wilson School District Head Start Penni Natvig – Tucson Unified School District Vi Todd – Glendale Elementary Sandy Uterhardt – Tombstone Unified Leslie Totten – First Things First Kim Freehan – Mesa Schools Jaymie Jacobs – Pima County School Superintendent Office Joann Jackson – City of Phoenix Head Start Shanna Kukla – Pima Community College
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Arizona Early Learning Standards – May 2013 | P a g e Original Edition Contributors The development process of the Arizona Early Childhood Education Standards began in February of 2001, through an Even Start Family Literacy Statewide Initiative Grant, which was housed in the Department of Education’s Adult Education Section. Under the leadership of Karen Liersch, Deputy Associate Superintendent, the first team of dedicated early childhood practitioners developed and wrote the original Arizona Early Childhood Standards. The Arizona State Board of Education approved the original standards document in May 2003. The Arizona Department of Education wishes to acknowledge the contributions and foundations created by the following early childhood experts: Holly Abbott, Pauline Baker, Elaine Bridschge, Marilyn Box, Kelvin Broad, Eva Curley, Eleanor Droegemeier, Sandy Foreman, Olivia Jimenez, Dari Johnson, Wanda Billings-Reber, Bonnie Lund, Leonor Lundholm, Karen McIlroy, Catherine Mulligan, Garthanne de Ocampo, Nancy Perry, Kay Stritzel Rencken, Rhonda Richardson, Natalie Scott, Ramona Staires, Lois Schneider, Kimberly Tan, June Torrance, Gloria Williams, Sue Yale and Lizzie Zamora. Refined Edition Contributors In January of 2004, new focuses, new mandates, and new research brought new attention to the Early Childhood arena. The newly created Early Childhood Education Section of the Arizona Department of Education under the leadership of Karen Woodhouse, Deputy Associate Superintendent, began the refinement process of the Early Childhood Standards.
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