Understanding Early Intervention Through Types And Examples

types and examples of early intervention

Optimal growth and development ensure a child can navigate through life smoothly and independently. It is vital for their future success in both their personal and professional lives. While it is true that comparing kids is not the best way to ascertain whether a child is growing well because kids grow at their own pace, … Read more

Howard Gardner’s Unique Perspective on Creativity

Howard Gardner on Creativity

Howard Gardner, the American cognitive psychologist and author of thirty books, needs no introduction. He is the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Research Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is well known for his view on multiple intelligences. He discussed this theory in his renowned book, ‘Frames … Read more

High Scope vs. Creative Curriculum: What’s the difference?

highscope vs. creative curriculum

If you are finding yourself lost in the world of preschool curriculums, worry not! Most parents face this dilemma about which curriculum they should choose for their ‘ready-for-preschool’ child. This confusion is quite obvious as you hear names like Reggio Emilia, Montessori, Waldorf, HighScope, Creative Curriculum, and many more! Each of these uniquely designed curriculums … Read more

Positive Behavior Interventions And Supports (PBIS): Everything You Need To Know

positive behaviour intervention support

Fostering a positive school environment where students are encouraged to present their best behaviors is possible by establishing and clearly communicating behavioral expectations. Instead of reprimanding students and having them face consequences, it is essential to adopt a more constructive approach to guiding student behavior. When educators concentrate more on teaching and cultivating acceptable behavior, … Read more

Crystallized Intelligence: Characteristics and Examples to understand it better

crystallised intelligence chracteristics

Psychologist Raymond B. Cattell classified general intelligence into two categories – fluid intelligence and crystallized intelligence. Fluid intelligence is our ability to handle novel situations by recognizing patterns and using logical thinking and abstract reasoning skills to find solutions. Fluid intelligence does not depend on prior knowledge. On the other hand, crystallized intelligence is based … Read more

Fluid Intelligence: Characteristics and Examples to understand it better

Fluid intelligence characteristics and examples

Consider the following scenario – “You work for a courier company, and a huge consignment is waiting to be delivered. Everything is sorted, but all of a sudden, you learn of a glitch that will impact the delivery of the consignment. As there is no scope for late delivery, you start figuring out what you … Read more

DIY CVC Pocket Chart

DIY CVC pocket chart

The foundation of reading skills starts by introducing kids to individual letter sounds, followed by teaching them CVC words. These simple words are formed by blending three phonemes with distinct sounds. CVC words follow the consonant-vowel-consonant pattern and are integral to introducing kids to the art of reading.  Teachers use a multitude of tools to … Read more