S: Annual Growth For All Students Catch-up Growth For Those Who Are Behind
BC: The End
FC: Chapter 20 - 23 | By Wallis Malone
1: Redwood Elementary School recognizes that each child is an individual; that all children are creative; that all children need to succeed. Therefore, we respect the individual needs of children; foster a caring and creative environment; and emphasize the social, emotional, physical, intellectual development of each child. | Mission Statement: | "Ito" j'lk | "Irony is discovering that the most cost-effective way to diminish low student achievement in high school occurs between birth and age five." - Lynn Fielding
2: What Should an Entering Kindergarten Student Know?
3: Language and Reading | Math and Reasoning | Social and Emotional | Bi-lingual
4: What Does it Cost Your District When They Don't?
5: Could the answer be to introduce parents to the appropriate targets, tools and training?
7: In the crib - eye tracking exercises | Age 1 - tactile learning of the three shapes that make our letters | Age 2 - the initial of their first name | Age 3 - the rest of the letters in their name | Age 4 - five to six other lowercase letters
8: The Reading Foundation | "If you want your child to be brilliant, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be very brilliant, read them more fairy tales." -Albert Einstein
9: "The normal child's book has 17% more "rare" words than the conversation of a college graduate."