Head Of Unit-Ms.Elissar Badran
At CCIS, we ensure a broad-based development for all our students. This means ensuring that all students are able to develop their cognitive, social, emotional, speech and language, physical and practical skills with respect to their abilities. Play oriented approach is also encouraged to promote an array of developing skills such as pre-academics skills, socialization, and activities of daily living (ADL).
In order to assure better accuracy in the students’ assessments, CCIS adopts the “BRIGANCE STANDERDIZED TEST” which is a powerful assessment tool as well as curriculum for students between age 7 and 18 years. This helps educators develop PLOP (present level of performance), goals and objectives for IEP, guided instructional planning, monitor progress, understand delays, disabilities, giftedness, and other exceptionalities.
The Montessori Method of education provides a nurturing, supportive environment for children of all abilities and learning styles. This includes learning differences in reading, writing, spelling and/or math, ADHD and mild-to-moderate autism spectrum disorders. The program provides the students with a variety of tools and strategies to help them easily understand and learn concepts in order to meet age-appropriate milestones.
CCIS provides specialized programs such as TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children) and CCIS provides specialized programs such as TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children) and Handwriting Without Tears for students, depending on their functional abilities.