Advantages Of Schools Using E-Rate Consulting Services

The e-rate program is very important to a lot of schools because it helps them access funding for the internet and other telecommunication resources. If you're trying to enter this program and use it effectively, you might consider utilizing e-rate consulting. It can help in several ways. Easier Time Securing Funding If your school has never dealt with an e-rate program before, then you may not be sure where to start. [Read More]

What Can You Gain From A Program To Teach Infants How To Learn?

Very young children are often unable to speak their minds because they haven't yet developed the necessary faculty for language. However, that doesn't mean that efforts to teach infants are worthless or misguided. Infants are actually at a stage of life that is ripe for learning. Parents and babysitters can take advantage of infants' malleable minds by making efforts to educate their children. The right infant education program can help. Here are four things that caregivers can learn from a program designed to help infants reach their full intellectual potential: [Read More]

Effective Epigenetic Practices Pregnant Women Should Utilize

If you're a pregnant woman, you want to do everything you can to ensure the health of your baby. You can start during this through the prenatal stages, a practice known as applied epigenetics. Here are a couple of epigenetic practices that are important to consider during your pregnancy.  Keep a Healthy Weight Even though you're going to gain a lot of weight during pregnancy as you're eating for two people now, you don't want to get too big to the point where you reach an unhealthy weight. [Read More]

Montessori In Elementary? Different, But Good!

The term "Montessori" is well known in the world of early childhood education. This is a popular philosophy that focuses on allowing children to make choices about what and how they learn. It fosters independence and self-motivation in children. In a Montessori program a child's classroom learning experiences occur at their own pace and focus on exploring through sensory activities.  Many children who do receive a Montessori education during their early childhood years will go on to a traditional public or private school around Kindergarten. [Read More]