Remote Learning for Early Childhood
Our Early Childhood team will continue provide a comprehensive program to support early learners with and without disabilities. Throughout remote learning, team members will utilize numerous strategies to support families and engage children in their social-emotional, functional, and pre-academic skill development.
Look for more information from your child’s teacher soon, including the daily schedule!
- Team members will provide support to families in how to best engage children in learning activities that support their communication, pre-academic, and functional skills.
- Daily, live instruction will take place in multiple aspects of early childhood education, including social emotional learning
- Staff will provide families with multi-sensory and hands-on manipulatives, learning tools, consumable materials, and more in order to increase engagement in remote learning activities
- Independent and on-demand activities aligned to classroom themes will be provided for families to engage children.
- Special education instruction and services from the teachers and related service providers (Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists) will occur in small group and individual synchronous sessions.
- Teaching Assistants will provide valuable reinforcement and engagement in small group live learning activities for children.
- By the end of the first quarter, IEPs for children with disabilities will be revisited through conferences and IEP meetings, defining the appropriate level of services for both remote and classroom models, based on students’ current levels of functioning on IEP goals.