1. {Intro} Early Childhood Programs: Create, Market, Make Music!


    from Rachel Rambach Added 352 0 0

    A 3-hour online CMTE course for music therapists. For the full scoop, visit www.listenlearnmusic.com.

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    • Dutton Christian School


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      We had the pleasure of getting to know the ins and outs of Dutton Christian School through conversations with students, parents, teachers, and administrators. There are some great people here doing great things in the lives of their students. It's clear that this school is more than an academic institution; it's a community. www.duttonchristianschool.org www.bradleyproductions.com Music: "Kings" by Ryan Taubert, licensed with www.themusicbed.com

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      • Early Childhood Programs: Create, Market, Make Music!


        from Rachel Rambach Added 81 0 0

        Coming Soon: an online continuing education course for music therapists.

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        • How to help beginner readers


          from Steve Auchettl Added 1 0 0

          A valuable resource for early primary school teachers. This video demonstrates the Ziptales' Timeless Tales suite of stories for early childhood readers. Go to www.ziptales.com to learn more and sign your entire school up for a 30 day free trial. Ziptales is proudly Australian owned and operated for over 10 years, with curriculum aligned activities for Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and IB Schools.

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          • Helping Older Kids Manage ADHD


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            The numbers are enough to make your head spin: approximately 11% of children between 4 and 17 have been diagnosed with ADHD as of 2011. That’s more than 6 million kids. Making it the most common neurological condition in children. “The disorder is marked by the inattention. These children have a lot of difficulty with focusing their attention, they are very distractible and they are very impulsive,” says Dr. Elena Reyes, a clinical psychologist with Lee Memorial Health System. These traits are usually spotted in early childhood by family members or teachers. While much attention is focused on youngsters, older kids face their own battles. “Really it starts in middle school. A child who is bright and has ADHD can sometimes manage the elementary school classroom. Once you get into middle school you have six different classes with six different teachers you have lockers, you have to go to one place to another. That all takes a lot of organization to remember and these kids have a lot of hard time with it,” says Dr. Reyes. It was commonly thought kids would outgrow their inattention and fidgetiness and become better able to control their impulses. But in reality, it could get worse with bigger demands and higher expectations. “When kids are treated, after being properly diagnosed, they can manage these transitions into middle school, into high school, very well. Ultimately we want them to transition into college,” says Dr. Reyes. Combinations of behavior training and medical management have been shown to help. Surveys of adults who grew up with a diagnosis felt intervention made them more successful. “We are finding students who need help, get the help they need and manage well,” says Dr. Reyes. Making ADHD a speed bump, not a roadblock, in the continuum of life. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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              from Elizabeth D Added 229 0 2

              Watch this video tour of a high level Thinking Maps implementation in a Pre-Kindergarten classroom. Almost 80% of the students are English Language Learners! The language, literacy and concept development of these students through the use of Thinking Maps is outstanding!

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