October 2, 2013
2:00 pm Eastern Time
University of Michigan
This session is part of the Follett Growing Readers Series
Research increasingly points to the significant influence that preschool years, and preschool educators, can have on children’s short- and long-term literacy development. In this presentation, Nell Duke, Author of The ABCs of Emergent Literacy, and professor of language, literacy, and culture at the University of Michigan, will identify characteristics of the environment and experiences offered to children that promote literacy development. From the walls and shelves of the room to daily routines and activities, she will describe literacy-promoting practices that early childhood administrators should see in their settings.
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