Are You Going On A Preschool Tour? What To Expect From A Montessori School
8 June 2020
What should you look for in a Montessori preschool? If your child is ready to start preschool, the school tour experience can leave you with questions. Before you make a decision, take a look at what you should expect to see in a quality Montessori classroom.
A Mix of Ages
Montessori programs use a multi-age approach to classroom groupings. Traditional preschool programs often divide classes into specific one-year age groups (such as three-year-olds, four-year-olds, or five-year-olds).
Common Myths About Pursuing A Career As An Electrician
3 September 2018
Electricity is essential for most of the devices that people use throughout their daily lives. As a result, electrical careers are a popular trade for people to pursue. However, there are many people that may be dissuaded from pursuing this career by some frequently held misconceptions.
Myth: Electricians Are Always Low Paid
Individuals will often look at the initial salary that is earned by entry-level electrical workers and assume that this is a surprisingly low-paid career.
Single Dad? 3 Tips For Choosing The Right Child Care Center
9 May 2017
As a single parent, it is important to surround yourself with support, and enrolling your child in a quality child care center lets you know that you have additional caregivers available who understand the importance of early childhood education. However, it is common to have many questions regarding how to determine if a prospective daycare program provides quality care. As you begin the process of choosing a child care center, use these tips to find one that fits your child's needs.
3 Benefits Of Classroom Observation By An Outside Company
25 April 2017
If you run a school, you and the other administrators likely spend at least some time observing the district's teachers in action. Classroom observation can have many benefits for both teachers and students alike, and it's something that's worth doing on a regular basis. That said, classroom observation can be time consuming as it requires the teacher and the observer to both be in the same room at the same time, sometimes for hours on end.