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Cradling Literacy: Building Teachers' Skills to Nurture Early Language and Literacy From Birth to Five: Training of Trainers

Mar 8, 2016

Understanding and supporting early language and literacy development in the context of early social-emotional development, family, and culture.

This interactive training of trainers goes beyond showing you what’s in the curriculum. It provides you with a solid professional development opportunity in early language and literacy. This training prepares participants to work with teachers on their capacity to support early language and literacy development. It provides a holistic approach to the understanding of early language and literacy, cradling it in the context of early development, important caregiving relationships, and family culture. The Cradling Literacy approach helps caregivers deepen their understanding, knowledge, and skills. This training will allow trainers to deepen their knowledge of and ability to teach others about the developmental stages of early language and literacy, environments that nurture early language and literacy, and the use of language and literacy to promote positive behavior.

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