As you suit-of-armor up and prepare to battle Final Exams, the Library wants to support you with study breaks! Fort Finals begins Sunday, November 30th and ends Thursday, December 11. Healthy and sweet snacks start at 8pm each evening, and some of the activities will include: Coloring pages Button making Sunday and Wednesday night Send a postcard to family ... Continue reading →
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I attended the Virginia Counselors Associations (VCA) Convention in Williamsburg, Virginia. It was a wonderful, exciting, and educational experience. The convention began on Thursday and ended Saturday afternoon. It was a very valuable experience to be able to attend various sessions on different topics throughout the counseling field. I was able to attend eleven different ... Continue reading →
A study was done by Megan Y. Roberts and Ann P. Kaiser in 2011 that analyzed the relationship between parent involvement and a child’s language development. The children in this study were between the ages of 18 and 60 months and had some sort of language impairment. The study identified four major areas which can ... Continue reading →
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Kayla Brock is a graduate students pursing a degree in Reading, Literacy and Learning and is a graduate assistant within her program. Kayla hopes to someday be a teacher or a reading specialist and believes that her graduate assistantship is preparing her with organizational skills and the ability to be flexible. She has received opportunities that have helped ... Continue reading →
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