PARENT AS THE "TEACHER"
As a parent, your role can make a big impact in how your son or daughter perceives learning and performs in school. We encourage you to help your child understand his or her needs and learning style.
We invite you to work with our staff to help your child get all he or she can out of his/her growing years.
Please attend our monthly parent & community training events offered on the third Tuesday of each month from 5:30-6:30 (some will be available virtually) on our campus.
THE FACILITATORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND SUPPORT STAFF AT BREAKTHROUGH ACADEMY ARE UNITED IN the following BELIEFs about ALL CHILDREN:
they have the ability and right to learn
they are curious & creative
they can succeed
if they are not learning, we are not teaching
they deserve us to never, ever, ever give up on them
Staff who are required to obtain ABA supervision by the BACB currently receive it from staff at Chartlytics (now part of Central Reach). We have received mentoring to implement Precision Teaching by Dr. Rick Kubina and his team. We are using Chartlytics and its digital Standard Celeration Chart to quantify performance and make data-driven decisions about instruction.
In order to accomplish our mission, we obtain continuing professional development and supportive mentorship.
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We also implement Relational Frame Theory and use the PEAK curriculum to make learning efficient. Last, we employ principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Training (ACT) to address social/emotional needs.
No two students have exactly the same strengths, needs, or learning style. That’s why we create individualized learning plans for every child that combines explicit, direct, small-group instruction, digital supplement, therapies, and facilitated socialization in a way that works for each child's unique needs.
We employ only evidence-based practice in the field of general and special education, effective for ALL learners. However, they are also proven and research-based in the treatment of autism and other developmental disabilities, in the treatment of dyslexia and other learning disorders, and in the support of social/emotional needs.