Get Set for School: Top Ten Ways to Prepare for Kindergarten
DATE: February 26, 2013
TIME: 8:00-9:00 p.m. EST (5:00-6:00 p.m. PST)
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Wonder what's happening in Pre-K these days? Expectations are greater—and so is the challenge for teachers—to keep instruction playful and joyful while preparing students for the increasingly rigorous demands of kindergarten.
Join us for our interactive webinar and discover the methods and techniques from the award-winning Get Set for School Pre-K curriculum that provides children with foundations for future academic success.
Keith Kline, OTR/L
Keith received his B.S. in Occupational Therapy from Quinninpiac College in Hamden, CT. He currently works in the Coventry Public Schools in Coventry, RI where he works with all students, especially those with exceptionalities, from the Pre-K to middle school level. He has had more than six years of experience working with the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum.
Christine Cridland, OTR/L
Christine May Cridland has 15 years of experience providing occupational therapy services to varying age populations from Pre-K children to the elderly. She has worked in public schools, including the Arlington, Virginia public schools, for more than eight years. Ms. Cridland now works for Write Right Now, Inc., providing therapy in private schools and handwriting tutoring in Northern Virginia. She has taught thousands of parents, teachers, administrators, and parents to use the Handwriting Without Tears program.