Education

Education

Gaining Steam: Real-life Skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math

Giving kids an opportunity to learn real-life skills through science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) activities helps prepare them for the challenges of everyday life, high school and even their careers. We spoke with several teachers, educators and administrators who shared some of the skills that children can tap through STEAM that will help them succeed at school and in the future. ...
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Purposeful Play Promotes Learning for Preschoolers

Most times, during joyful play, preschoolers are actively learning, but they don’t realize they are learning. These are the times that parents can connect with their children and build skills needed for future success. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

How the Wilson Reading System can Help Your Child

The Wilson Reading System is a multisensory, research-based reading and writing program that is designed for use with individuals who have difficulty with written language in the areas of decoding (sounding out words) and spelling. It addresses the learning style of students with a language-based learning disability; however, it is beneficial to any student lacking basic reading and spelling skills. ...
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Science Olympiad offers an At Home STEM Experience with ‘MY SO’

Science Olympiad introduced a complementary program this year called ‘My Science Olympiad’ or ‘MY SO’. Middle school and high school students can participate and engage as much as they wish from home, depending on their interests. Find out about this voluntary offering. ...
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‘A Christmas Peril’ Beck Center for the Arts Virtual Youth Theater Production

View the cast of 25 Beck Center Youth Theater student performers in a play that drops them into a whirlwind plot where everything goes wrong. This live, virtual production, perfect for all ages, opens today, Thursday, December 10 through 13. ...
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Imagination Library Program is Now Available to Every Ohio Child

The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library Program is now available to every Ohio child.  Partnerships and funding have been established in each of Ohio’s 88 counties, so that all children who enroll — from birth to age 5 — can receive a free book in the mail every single month to help accelerate their development. ...
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Notre Dame College Provides Surprise Day to Students

Notre Dame College held its first Falcon Community Day last month, which meant all on-campus and synchronous classes were canceled for students. Faculty and staff were notified of the special event prior but kept the secret from their students. ...
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Connecting for Kids Virtual Programs in November

Connecting for Kids provides education and support to families with concerns about their child. It serves all families, including those children with and without formal diagnoses. Each month, it is offering Zoom educational programs, support groups, a Parent Match Program and other resources. ...
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State Initiative to Support Learning for Students with Disabilities

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced a new state initiative to provide financial support to families who may need supplemental assistance outside of what is provided by their child's Individualized Education Program. ...
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Juggling School, Work and Life: How Parents and Kids Cope During the Pandemic

In this special three-part series, Northeast Ohio Parent magazine concludes its coverage tracking the back-to-school experiences of four Ohio families: the Mions, the Hopkinses, the Hawks and the Rawsons.

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