our curriculum is hands-on and center-based, when the children arrive in September, we
emphasize that every center is open for their choice. They initiate the play in the
centers and keep it going. For our students with special needs, the aides are given the
supports or methods they need so that students can choose where they want to be. The aides
also make sure the children can access everything they choose to do. A lot of this is
contingent upon the aides' knowledge of how to adapt things for the children. They are a
big key to this. They're the ones that have their hands on the children all day long.
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