First, you ensure the success of your child at the early stages of development. If your child were to go without the needed assistance, his future as student would be rather dim. Therefore, proper intervention is always a good thing in this case.
If I were you, I would create a paper outline using the following points.
Benefits of early childhood programs: the first would be one on one help, social support, and engaged in learning.
All of these are true of early intervention programs. Most classes are fairly larger when compared to early intervention programs. Some times, students miss out on vital learning material because of this occurrence. Early intervention programs require much more one on one attention, therefore less chance of your student falling behind.
The second benefit is social support. The one on one assistance from instructors creates a closer relationship between the student and teacher. Therefore, the student may have people to go to in times of trouble.
Thirdly, these programs engage students in daily learning. Sometimes, in a regular class room, a student falling behind might not be able to keep up. Therefore, he would not learn as much.
I am attempting to help your think up possible benefits of early childhood programs. I hope this helps
Nov 17th, 2014
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