- Written by Sharon Nolfi, M.A., MFT, photo: Pixland/Thinkstock
The first weeks of school are a time of change and stress for families. Children are faced with unfamiliar work and the expectations of a new teacher. Friends may find themselves in separate classrooms as new children are introduced to the classroom mix. Some children will attend a new school entirely, often one in which they are the youngest students. Parents suffer these changes alongside their children, and everyone must adjust to the routine imposed by the school’s schedule.
- Written by Sue Henninger
After three years of exploring various college and universities with my two teenage sons, I’ve gradually developed a formula for getting the most out of our time on campus. Here are some of the tips that have helped make our visits less of a chore and more of an adventure.
- Written by Judy Arnall
By the time a child reaches the preschool age of three to five, they have changed in so many ways. Many children are ready to expand their world outside of home and interact more with peers, teachers and other parents.
- Written by Naomi Johnson
As educators, we work to help students make personal connections between their understandings within the Programs of Study and their lives outside of school. This is a goal all CBE staff work toward - helping students personalize their learning, in turn, increasing student engagement to ensure that our students acquire a foundation of learning to function effectively in life, work and continued learning.
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