June 2017- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Educational Services, LLC launches elementary and middle school STEM program
for homeschoolers, students and schools.
May 2017- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE and NJ Nonprofit DREAM.CREATE.LIVE. partner to create college to career services to local residents in Union County, NJ
April 2017- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE helped prepare Miftaahul Uloom Academy teachers and administration in successfully getting their school accredited by AdvancED and CISNA.
February 2017 - Educational Consultant/Strategist, Nashima Harvey, Ed.M became a member of KAPPA DELTA PI International Honor Society
March 2016- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Publishing launched third E-book, THINGS EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IEPS
February 2016- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Publishing launched second E-book, 10 Essentials for the Inclusive Classroom
January 2016- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Publishing is added to THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE academic brand
January 2016- Educational Consultant/Strategist, Nashima Harvey, Ed.M was interviewed by Renee Pena from www.madeforyoulearning.com
September 2015- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE School became a registered non public school with the New Jersey Department of Education now serving grades K-2 and offering homeschool classes, resources and workshops for grades k-8.
September 2015- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Educational Services, Nashima Harvey, Ed.M became a member of the NJ HomeSchool Association.
March, 2015- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE became a member of the
November 6, 2014- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE is featured in the Hoboken.Patch.com Bulletin.
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July 2014- Nashima Harvey, Ed.M THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE Publishing, published the book, The ABC's to Finding Your Zen in an Urban Classroom
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Educator Training and Workshops- Prepare classroom teachers and administrators in public and non public school settings with learning resources, strategy workshops and training for working with at-risk and special needs students.
Some training may include:
-Helping educators to modify and differentiate curriculum to support all learning styles.
-Preparing learning goals and objectives for at-risk and IEP students.
-Training educators on how to build an resource toolbox for students learning needs.
-Providing educators and administrators with up to date laws and information in regards to special education.
-Provide educators with holistic strategies in order to build bridge of communication, academic, and confidence skills between parents and students.
Educational services and programming have been provided for but are not limited to the following clients and partnerships:
- NJ Youth Advocate Program
- North Hudson Academy School
- Greater Newark Charter School
- Greater Newark Conservancy
- Newark Board of Education
- Jersey City Board of Education
- St Joseph's Elementary School
- Stevens Cooperative School
- JCFamilies an Online Family Community Resource
- Union City Public Library
- Hudson and Essex County Children/Families
- THE LITTLE GREEN HOUSE School
- Great Futures Charter School
- Great Oaks Charter School
- Golden Door Charter School
- Freeport Board of Education
- Mifthaaul Uloom Academy
- Woodbridge School District
- HopeWell Valley School District
- Cottage Class
-Urban Leaguers Preschool
-Connecticutt Farms School
-Middlesex Vocational High School
Parents and Students
Homework Hints- To quote a nine-year-old girl: “My seventy-year-old uncle’s biggest problem when he was young was having enough food to eat. Mine is homework.” The issue of homework is not simple these days and parents may need support and guidance to help their children through this nightly chore.
School Planning- The decision as to whether to educate publicly through a district, charter, privately or at home involves a great many factors, including money. Since there is no perfect school for all children, the decision becomes one of individual appropriateness. Ms. Harvey Ed.m can help a family determine the important school/learningcharacteristics to look for given their child’s unique needs.
Support for Special Educational Needs – Parents and children have rights guaranteed to them by federal law to ensure that the special educational needs of children with disabilities are met. An independent agent can advocate for the child during all phases of the special education process. After the IEP support is crucial for the success of your child and we are here to make that transition successful.
*New* HomeSchool Classes, Resources and Workshops - For our homeschooled students TLGH offers hands-on real-world based classes in math, reading, science, and history given by a NJ certified educator. Resources and workshops provided to assist homeschool students are researched based.
Tutoring- Supports for all students are based on the NJ Common Core State Standards. Students will build confidence while receiving understanding and patience from their tutor. ( Special supports for struggling and LD students)
AfterSchool Program- Students participate in homework help and afternoon arts/crafts activities and mentoring.
All training, workshops and instructional materials use proven research driven supports to help educators and their students.
Educational Strategies- Help parents and students build a strategic line of academic communication in order to build educational successes in the classroom.