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Webinar: Essential Skills for Kindergarten to Grade 2 Students

by admin last modified Mar 22, 2024 04:35 PM
Curious about McLean School's transformative Lower School? Wondering what skills are most important in the early elementary years? We invite you to join the upcoming webinar: Essential Skills for Kindergarten to Grade 2 Students Join McLean School's K-4 Reading Specialist, Abby Himmelrich, and K-4 Math Specialist, Katie Peters, as they dig into the foundational academic skills learned in kindergarten to grade 2 that are critically important, and the benefits of early intervention for any academic challenges. K-4 Coordinator of Learning Services, Michelle Fitzgerald, will share the social-emotional skills reinforced in the early elementary years that increasingly impact a child's success in school and later in life. Join By Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83915243029 Read on for an overview of what our teachers will cover.
When Apr 12, 2024
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where McLean School - Virtual
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Contact Phone 2403950698
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Phonological Awareness and Early Phonics Skills We ensure all students, regardless of skill, receive reading instruction based on the Science of Reading - an 'important for all' but 'vital for some' approach. We'll cover exactly what phonological awareness is, and why students need these foundational reading skills.  Number Sense  We limit the concept of rote memorization and instead help students begin to think flexibly about numbers and understand the language of mathematics. Thus ensuring that they've gained a strong conceptual understanding on which to build, as they explore complex mathematical problems.  Two-Pronged Approach to Writing  Teachers intentionally separate time during the school day to focus on both the proper formation of letters through the use of The Learning Without Tears program and the development of written expression by way of The Writing Revolution, a methodology that targeted instruction of sequenced strategies for teaching sentence structure.   Management of Time and Space All of our classrooms have embedded strategies and support for executive functioning skill. Whether it's working on the organization of a student's physical space, or gaining a better understanding of how time passes to name a few, our skilled teachers can directly work with students on the skills necessary for success across academic subjects.  Resilience We focus on nurturing social and emotional skills that help students form and maintain positive relationships with peers, as well as develop their personal well-being. We know that when students feel good about themselves and the world around them, they are most available for learning.