Glen Cove, NY (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
KidsByTheBunch, a long island day care facility for kids, is proud to announce the launch of it's all new Galileo Pre-K online program. KidsByTheBunch has locations in Glen Cove, and Syosset, providing long island child care services to all of Long Island.
Galileo Pre-K Online from Assessment Technology Incorporated provides a data-driven, standards-aligned approach to the Electronic Management of Learning for children from infancy through age five. One of the first to offer educators online assessment tools, Galileo is built on the principles of science, supported by a commitment to research, and guided by a vision that everyone should benefit from the opportunities and transformations of technology.
Today, Galileo Pre-K Online provides early childhood educators and other stakeholders a complete and fully integrated assessment, curriculum, and reporting system that links assessment, planning, individualization and program progress. Galileo Pre-K Online utilizes the Instructional Intervention Cycle and provides users with reliable and valid data on which to base learning opportunities and program management decisions. The cycle begins with goal setting and planning and is followed by implementation, then evaluation (data gathering and analysis); the results of evaluation inform decisions guiding the next goal setting and planning stages.
KidsByTheBunch is a family owned and operated business, with an ever revolving suite of new curriculum. Its highly trained staff has won the Center of Excellence award 3 years in a row. It's licensed by The New York State Office of Children and Families with an outstanding record, untainted by complaints.
All curriculum at KidsByTheBunch was inspired by developmental psychologist Howard Gardner. Because children learn best when they are actively involved, KidsByTheBunch give them the freedom to discover and explore, and what kids need to grow - emotionally, socially, physically and cognitively. The principles of Kids By The Bunch Bright Start curriculum adhere to the guidelines for developmentally appropriate practice, which are set by national accrediting associations.