Release Date Sept. 2
On August 31st, students received help with reading and writing assignments and won prizes at the Communications Lab open house at Brookhaven College. Margaret Riley, developmental reading visiting scholar, and Sharon Poole, learning lab coordinator, arranged the event to highlight the services offered in the lab. As the largest of the open computer labs at the college, students often do not realize that they may access tutoring in reading and writing along with study skills.
At the ChildCareGroup’s Annual Summer Sizzler, Johnny Castro, child development professor at Brookhaven College, gave a presentation to more than 40 educators and childcare professionals. His presentation, “Essential Lessons for Those Who Work with Young Children,” focused on new research and findings in child development and made them applicable to the childcare professional. Held at the Dallas World Trade Center, this event brought together more than 400 childcare professionals from the Dallas area. ChildCareGroup is a non-profit agency dedicated to promoting, delivering and expanding childcare services available outside the home.
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