Dual language Program. The school uses a program called Touch Spanish developed by Gabriela Wilcox, co-founder Pebblecreek Montessori. Touch Spanish provides a complete, well organized, almost instantaneous hands on Spanish program that kids truly enjoy . Touch Spanish is used nationally around the United States, and in several countries abroad. Children in lower and upper elementary are expected to write essays and present their research projects in Spanish. Previous topics presented include global topics such as Africa and poverty. WeRead More ...
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600 Old Custer Rd
Sue Dendinger (Director), Gabriela Wilcox - Co Founder Spanish Lead
Type of Program
Dual Language Immersion
This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and Kleenex. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. It is that time of the year again and back-to-school shopping is around the corner. Whether you are getting started with your shopping or towards the end, I am sure this list will help you stay on budget. After all, how many pencils can a child need right? Throughout the years, teachers have become very creative when itRead More ...
You know school is about to start when the aisles at major retail stores look like a tornado just passed through them. Whether it is the clothing section or the supplies section, the smell of school is in the air. As a teacher, I am always running around looking for the latest deals on color pencils, markers, erasers, highlighters, you name it. This is the perfect occasion to stack up. For teachers, this is also the time to start planningRead More ...
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Editor’s note: In the next months, we’ll be bringing you interviews with those who have first-hand experience with dual language immersion schools or programs: the parents who have their kids enrolled in them. The idea is to give you a closer look at what these programs are really like, how and why they work, as well as some of the challenges they face. Thanks to our contributor Elsie for coming up with this great idea! Today, I’m happy to shareRead More ...
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Just found this great video on the Great Schools YouTube channel that in very simple terms lays out the basics of dual language immersion programs and bilingual schools. Just love the drawings! ...
Editor’s note: In the next months, we’ll be bringing you interviews with those who have first-hand experience with dual language immersion schools or programs: the parents who have their kids enrolled in them. The idea is to give you a closer look at what these programs are really like, how and why they work, as well as some of the challenges they face. Thanks to our contributor Elsie for coming up with this great idea! After sharing my experiences investigatingRead More ...
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