Posts made in April, 2016

MKs and Second Language Acquisition

Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in Blog | 1 comment

MKs and Second Language Acquisition

This is a classic article about TCKs and multilingualism first published in Fitted Pieces by SHARE Education Services. The author is Cynthia Storrs, who served in Europe and was a staff member of SHARE for many years. Few workers forget the day they arrived on the field. It generally ranks right up there with The First Kiss, The Day Kennedy Was Shot, or The Truth About Santa, in terms of recall power. Equally accessible in the memory bank often is: The First Day of Language Study. Regardless of all that  agencies do to prepare a fledgling worker (and many do an commendable job at pre-field...

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Suggestions on How to Support the Parents of Children with Special Needs

Posted by on Apr 3, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Suggestions on How to Support the Parents of Children with Special Needs

Our guest blogger this week is Karen Wolters. Karen is a Professionally Certified Educational Consultant, Regional Educational Consultant and a Middle School Specialist. After spending the last twelve years overseas participating in the fields of business and education, she and her husband are on an extended home assignment in Texas. In her free time she enjoys reading and taking long walks. First, please note that communication is everything! As an Educational Consultant, your role will take on many facets. An email, text or call from a parent with a child who is struggling needs to be...

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