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Early Childhood & Blended Early Learning Katie Doherty – Early Childhood Teacher Carolyn Revor – Early Childhood Teacher.

Jan 16, 2016

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  • Early Childhood &Blended Early LearningKatie Doherty Early Childhood TeacherCarolyn Revor Early Childhood Teacher

  • Early Learning PhilosophyChildren of all developmental abilities should be educated in an integrated environment that supports and facilitates optimal learning. In order to foster a sense of belonging among our diverse population, children will be educated through a collaborative effort between the staff, the home, and the community.

  • What Is Early Childhood?Early Childhood is:Programming for children pre-school aged 3-5 years old with an IEP.Small student to teacher ratio class maximum 10.Core Curricular Components:Creative Curriculum Literacy, Mathematics, Science & Social Studies, the Arts, TechnologyHandwriting Without Tears Handwriting ProgramJolly Phonics Phonemic and Letter Recognition Program

  • Services Within the EC ClassroomLanguage 30 minute language group with a speech pathologist each week.Sensory Motor 30 minute sensory group with an OTR each week.Social Work 30 minute social group with a social worker each week.Each child receives individual services each week as stated in their IEP.

  • What is Blended Early Learning?Blended Early Learning is:Programming for At-Risk preschoolers identified through the our Early Childhood Screening.Larger student to teacher ratio class maximum 20.Core Curricular Components:Creative Curriculum Literacy, Mathematics, Science & Social Studies, the Arts, TechnologyHandwriting Without Tears Handwriting ProgramJolly Phonics Phonemic and Letter Recognition Program

  • Home-School ConnectionWhat you can do at home:Read to your child every dayTalk to your child about daily events to expand vocabulary Enroll your child in community events such as:Oak Lawn Library Oak Childrens MuseumOak Lawn Park District and Special Rec. Programs (Parades, Events, Movies)Community Pools and Parks, Ice Rinks

  • Questions??