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Evidence Based Literacy Practices for Infants and Toddlers

Course Number
OLEarlyLit1.5hrsv3WVBTT
Overview
Through this session, participants will be provided an overview of the Center for Early Literacy Learning's Model for supporting everyday literacy experiences for infants and toddlers within home settings. Participants will broaden their understanding of what early literacy involves including a review of early literacy domains; how to promote literacy rich environments using child interests and the importance of responsive teaching practices that promote parent involvement. Video clips and scenarios will be used to provide examples of families engaged in everyday literacy activities to demonstrate the effectiveness of this model.
Objective
1.7.b. Creates an environment where children have access to a variety of developmentally appropriate objects and materials to support early and emergent literacy
1.7.d. Promotes an environment where children are encouraged to listen and communicate with others
1.7.e. Provides experiences that encourage exploration of appropriate print materials and storytelling
1.7.f. Provides experiences that encourage children to develop drawing, pre-writing, and writing skills using a variety of tools
1.7.g. Provides a variety of opportunities for children to develop vocabulary and build knowledge through shared reading
2.3.e. Works with families to include teaching and learning opportunities in natural ways throughout the child’s day4.6.d. Values and encourages inquiry by posting problems and asking questions that provoke children’s thinking and curiosity
4.6.g. Builds on children’s natural curiosity, deepens children’s knowledge and awareness, and sustains active engagement with ideas and materials
6.2.j. Links current research and best practices in education, family health, and/or disability services to own work by keeping abreast of new information and reflecting on its relevance
Course Hours
1.50

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview
Through this session, participants will be provided an overview of the Center for Early Literacy Learning's Model for supporting everyday literacy experiences for infants and toddlers within home settings. Participants will broaden their understanding of what early literacy involves including a review of early literacy domains; how to promote literacy rich environments using child interests and the importance of responsive teaching practices that promote parent involvement. Video clips and scenarios will be used to provide examples of families engaged in everyday literacy activities to demonstrate the effectiveness of this model.

Objective(s)
1.7.b. Creates an environment where children have access to a variety of developmentally appropriate objects and materials to support early and emergent literacy
1.7.d. Promotes an environment where children are encouraged to listen and communicate with others
1.7.e. Provides experiences that encourage exploration of appropriate print materials and storytelling
1.7.f. Provides experiences that encourage children to develop drawing, pre-writing, and writing skills using a variety of tools
1.7.g. Provides a variety of opportunities for children to develop vocabulary and build knowledge through shared reading
2.3.e. Works with families to include teaching and learning opportunities in natural ways throughout the child’s day4.6.d. Values and encourages inquiry by posting problems and asking questions that provoke children’s thinking and curiosity
6.2.j. Links current research and best practices in education, family health, and/or disability services to own work by keeping abreast of new information and reflecting on its relevance

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