Archive for January, 2019

How Schools Can Meet Student Needs for Sensory Screenings

Written by Continuing Education on January 25, 2019. Posted in School staffing agencies, Sensory screening, Student needs

As schools continue their efforts to identify and meet students’ needs, they are adding regular vision and hearing screening to their programs. Both vision and hearing are crucial to student success in academic and other fields. These important faculties are often neglected, with negative consequences for the children. Education staffing agencies can help schools to find the trained professionals to carry out sensory screenings in a proper and timely fashion.

Why sensory screenings are necessary for children
Hearing and vision are essential faculties for children, but are often imperiled by their circumstances. Problems with hearing and vision affect children’s ability to succeed in school and even to carry on their daily activities safely. As many as 25% of all children between ages five and 17 have vision problems, according to a study by the National Commission on Vision and Health. Further, these problems could have been treated if they had been i

Early Exposure to Foreign Language Helps Students Find Later Success

Written by Continuing Education on January 24, 2019. Posted in Elementary spanish, Spanish storybook, Spanish storybook set

This has been a week to remember. Starting with two Snow Days because of frigid temperatures, high winds, in addition to the sleet and snow, the next two days of the week were scheduled late starts for everyone except the sophomores. As the tenth graders used the first two hours of both of these days taking the writing assessments, the rest of the students were allowed to come in two hours later.
Although the missed days and late starts were something to celebrate, the real memory of the week came when your daughter and three of her middle school friends went back to visit the Montessori classroom they used to attend. From the first when these friends began working in earnest on the Spanish curriculum lessons to the days when they first started using the bead cabinet in elementary, it is important to you that your daughter still keeps in touch with her Montessori friends.
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How to Find a Great Day Care for Your Child

Written by Continuing Education on January 15, 2019. Posted in Infant day care bergen county, Preschool options, Summer camps north jersey

Choosing child care is an important decision. It is even one of the hardest decisions to make as a parent. It is even harder to find great day care. With almost 25% of all children under five in some sort of childcare or daycare center, there is much to be said for the research that has to be done in order to make sure you make the right choice.

Finding a Great Day Care

It is easy to assume that the closest or easiest day care may be the best one to put your child in, but there is much more than that. With the need for preschool programs on top of daycare, sometimes it is important to find a location that has preschool as well. This can provide a feeling of stability of your child is able to spend their days in the same location from the first time they enter daycare all the way through preschool to when they are ready to enter their first days of kindergarten.

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