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Early childhood development & Learning|EDC

Early childhood development & Learning|EDC

At Koala ABA & Learning Centers, we understand the critical importance of the early years in a child’s learning journey, from birth to age eight. Our mission is to accelerate their progress through innovative programs that foster school readiness and long-term success. With a special focus on children living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and dual language learners, we are dedicated to establishing robust and coherent PreK- to Grade 2 systems to optimize early education

Early childhood development & Learning|EDC Benefits

Our KOALAFIED team of experts continually study and refine methods to enhance early science, mathematics, and literacy learning, ensuring that children receive the best possible foundation for their educational journey. At Koala ABA & Learning Centers, we believe that investing in early childhood education is pivotal in shaping a child’s future. Through research-backed programs, community engagement, and continuous improvement, we are dedicated to giving children the best start in their educational pursuits.

Our program is divided into two sections:

  1. Educational Learners from grades K to 1st grade
    In our EDC Program, we will focus on teaching your child early education to develop the following:
    • gross motor skills, for example, crawling, jumping, or running.
    • fine motor skills, such as writing and drawing.
    • speech and language.
    • cognitive and intellectual, such as counting or identifying shapes.
    • social and emotional skills, such as playing with other children.
  2. Level Learner Grades 1st to 2nd.
    In this EDC Program, we will focus on teaching your child Level Learning by using Blooms taxonomy, this is a groundbreaking data-driven, standards-based instructional program that helps our students thrive. The programs concentrates on 5 main levels:
    • Understanding: Example; Why? How?
    • Applying: Example; How is it used? How does it work?
    • Analyzing: Example; What is the cause? What is the reason?
    • Evaluating: Example; What if? What was the result?
    • Creating: Example; What can you design? What can you invent?

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