Developing skills and knowledge in language, print awareness, phonological awareness, and writing at a young age is critical for students' later literacy success in school. During this two-hour webinar participants will learn about these four emergent literacy components and how they interact based on the presenter's own Comprehensive Emergent Literacy Model. Additionally, the session will feature discussion on how to incorporate these components into an early childhood education literacy curriculum in order to prepare children for kindergarten and early reading and writing.
No prior understanding of emergent literacy is required to participate in this session.
High quality early literacy instruction is critical for young children’s communication and social development as well as their overall success in school. Join us for these two-hour evening webinars to learn about working with young children to build literacy skills, a framework for organizing emergent literacy learning, and a system for providing high quality instruction, support, and assessment. Click here to see all dates in this series.
Sponsored by the National Center on Inclusive Education (NCIE).
Who Should Attend:
Head Start Education teachers, managers, and administrators; preschool teachers and related services personnel; district-level preschool coordinators, child care directors and family child care providers; and parents of preschool children are encouraged to attend.