Joint attention is achieved when a child looks at an object of interest and then to the parent to see if she is sharing the experience. Joint attention is of critical importance to developing communication skills. Read More
Take advantage of open houses, conferences, and back to school night. Your child will have the chance to meet teachers, staff and other students.
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Some children will need more help than others. At times it is harder to have the kids do the job and you’ll want to just do it yourself, but learning takes time! Be patient and give your kids the chance to learn these jobs and feel the pride of accomplishment. Read More
The question is: should students who fail to meet minimum performance standards in academic subjects be retained? In the past children have moved forward in grades for social reasons. Recently the issue of retention has come up again due to test-based achievement requirements. Read More
The sounds ‘p’, ‘b’, ‘g’, ‘ch’ and ‘sh’ are in that frequency range. If children are missing hearing those sounds or are unable to process those sounds in a typical way, it may be affecting the way they are able to learn language. Read More