Summer vacation is right around the corner here in the Lowcountry. Children are shouting hooray, while parents are wondering what to do next. The age old question about keeping children academically growing over the summer continues to persist. As an educator, I have parents ask me each year how they can keep my students’ learning, […]
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If your family loves the beach, you may have traveled to Isle of Palms, South Carolina. Isle of Palms is seven miles long, two miles wide, and has a nickname of “long Island.” Isle of Palms has a population of 4,609 full-time residents, but on Saturdays and Sundays the island population can swell up to 15,000 […]
As a mom and an educator, I often have test anxiety for students around the Lowcountry. From an educational standpoint, testing is one measure of how state academic standards were taught and how students were able to take this information and apply it to an assessment. There is an important balance of preparing students for […]
Autism can be referred to as a puzzle piece. The puzzle piece represents the medical mystery and complexity of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Whether your child has autism, or your child is in the classroom with a child that has autism, it is a subject that we must all familiarize ourselves as well as […]