Brain Research Strategies + Common Core + Gifted Students = Valued Added Success
Learn how to put EXCITEMENT into Common Core Standards with Brain Based Research strategies that will focus on rigor and deep thinking, increase value added scores, and help Gifted Students reach their potential.
The Tri-County Educational Service Center (ESC) is poised to add the Liberty Preparatory Academy to its lineup beginning in August 2013...just in time for the new school year!
The Tri-County Educational Service Center, in partnership with Ashland University, is offering a program which will provide teachers with the necessary coursework to obtain a Reading Endorsement. Depending on current licensure status, most teachers will need three courses: EDCI 663 – Intervention in Literacy, EDCI 664 – Intervention and Assessments for the Secondary Learner, and EDCI 611 – Graduate Literacy Internship.
AN EXCITING ENRICHMENT PROGRAM for students leaving Grades 1 & 2, which will focus on the following curricular areas: Art, Music/Drama, Global Adventures, Creative Writing, and Science. Students will explore all areas of this program within the 2 1/2 days and find each class session filled with challenges, creativity, and critical thinking!
The Enrichment Academy has offered programs to area students for over 25 years, and you will not want to miss this year's Summer Enrichment classes for high-ability students in Grades 3 through 8. Summer enrichment classes will take place August 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9, 2013.
The 2012 Young Authors’ Conference marked the 35th year of the program. Over 400 students participated in the conference, which was held in the spring at McGaw Chapel, the College of Wooster campus. The conference is the culminating activity to the creative writing process completed in our participating schools.