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Are Your Students Taking Advantage of Digital Learning Opportunities?

Written by Reference Video on October 14th, 2017. Posted in Blended learning schools, Blended learning schools reno nv, Jumpstart program reno nv

Blended learning schools

Think old school.
Old school like a one room country schoolhouse.
All of the grades are in one room. All of the lessons can be heard by all of the students. First graders can hear fifth graders practicing multiplication tables. High schoolers can listen in and review the spelling of the earliest word lists. There was no technology at the time, but there were numerous opportunities for both older and younger students to listen to what other classes were studying. In fact, if you wanted to you could be a third grader and memorize Shakespearean lines while the high schoolers were studying Romeo and Juliet. You could be a high school student and relearn the early biology terms while the fourth graders study the parts of a plant.
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Preschool Options Allow Parents to Chose a Variety of Educational Options

Written by Reference Video on October 12th, 2017. Posted in Summer camp, Swim lessons for toddlers, Top notch day care

Swim lessons for toddlers

As the end of the first semester approaches, many families may take this time to evaluate how their children’s education is going, and whether or not they are satisfied or want to make a change. And while many people live in a part of the country where great public schools are an option, the sad truth is that more and more families find themselves in a position of needing to send their children to a private school to make sure that the education is as good as it can be. From the earliest decisions about day care for young children to the decision to send your children to a private high school, the choices that you make have significant impact.
Locally Owned and Operated Professional Childcare Choices Can Help Provide a Solid Foundation
In a time when children spend too much t