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Even though your child may still be in early intervention, it is never too early to get yourself prepared for beginning to work with your school district. We recommend that when your child turns 2.5 years old, you begin initiating the process. Each stat..
OPTION 1 You may choose to complete this description of your child and send it to the Child Study Team Contact Person before the Evaluation or Individualized Education Program meeting to provide a picture of your child which may be used in establishing yo..
Date________ Time_________ Teacher__________________ Room_______ No. of Students_________ Observer____________________ TEACHER INSTUCTIONAL PRACTICES STUDENT LEARNING PRACTICES Learning Environment: â˜ Orderly/Clean â˜ Safe â˜ Di..
Here are some things you can do to support your child’s prominent learning style: Visual Have your child sit in clear view of the teacher, particularly during group activities. This will help your child integrate information through demonstration and ob..
Learning styles is a term that refers to different ways in which we learn, process, and retain information. All young children learn through meaningful hands-on experiences—through touching, doing, and moving. And children also learn through seeing and ..
Practicing consistent, positive discipline is one of the most important ways you can support your child’s healthy development. The goal of positive discipline is to guide your child to behave in socially acceptable ways. Positive discipline is crucial b..
It is important for you to understand why your child may be misbehaving. Your child’s behaviors may result from testing boundaries, having a different set of expectations than you, not understanding the rules, or imitating someone else’s behaviors. If..
Self Regulation / Mutual Regulation Resources for Parents: Brazelton, T.B. (1992) Touchpoints: Your Child’s Emotional and Behavioral Development, Development, Birth to 3—The Essential Reference for the Early Years. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books Fraiber..
People use or adapt to various parenting styles. It is common to fall in the middle, showing aspects of more than one style. You may also find yourself changing styles, depending on the experience, age, and maturity of your child. It is important to keep ..
Some children need extra support and guidance from their caregivers. Like children who are developing typically, children with special needs require guidance that is positive and respectful. Keep in mind that it may take time to understand your child’s ..