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This was my part of the CLA's Spring Fling webinar: Every Child Reading to Read 2 in Action with Eva Mitnick and Elaine Meyers

This was my part of the CLA's Spring Fling webinar: Every Child Reading to Read 2 in Action with Eva Mitnick and Elaine Meyers

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    CLA ECRR 2.0 CLA ECRR 2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • ECRR2.0: Apps andeBooks in StorytimeCen Campbell, LittleeLit.com
    • more slides- maybe littleelit screenshot?
    • Engagement•  Parent/Child Engagement•  Child/Device Engagement•  Librarian/Digital Media Engagement
    • Image from Hanna Rosins Atlantic Article, The Touch Screen Generation
    • Southington Library Museum eTots program from SLJ
    • What were NOT doing with digitalmedia•  Replacing paper books•  Replacing other storytelling tools with digitalones
    • image of llama llama at CDM
    • Options•  Mirrored: projector or screeno  Big groupso  Better visibilityo  Hands free for actionso  You need iPad, AppleTV, cables (HDMI or VGA w/adaptor) and WiFi for both iPad and AppleTV•  Hand-heldo  Small groupso  Kids can touch screeno  Walk around the room; Pop-up booko  Flip the screen around
    • Grow a Reader App•  Lullabies, Bounces, Tickles, FingerRhymes, Face & Body Rhymes•  Sing, Talk, Play, Read, Write•  Book recommendations (Links directly tocatalog)
    • Five Early Learning Practices•  Singing•  Talking•  Reading•  Writing•  Playing
    • Singing•  Toca Band•  Twinkle Twinkle•  Wee Sing ABC•  Lyrics
    • Talking•  Dialogic reading•  Asking open ended questions•  Ignoring the words and reading the pictures
    • Apps to Talk about•  Byron Barton•  Morris Lessmore•  Press Here
    • Reading•  Dr Seuss•  Sandra Boynton•  Richard Scarrys Busytown•  Beatrix Potter•  How Rocket Learned to Read
    • image of how rocket learned to read
    • Writing•  Children can write sooner with a tablet; theyare not limited by their dexterity with acrayon, pencil, mouse or keyboard•  Bob Books•  Dont Let the Pigeon Run this App
    • writing app screen shot
    • Playing•  Animal sounds•  Interactive elements•  Print Motivation
    • Playing: Animal games and Sounds•  Animal SnApp: Farm•  Animal Sounds: Fun Toddler Game
    • Playing: Interactive Elements•  Monster at the End of this Book•  Very Cranky Bear•  Blue Hat Green Hat
    • Non-Fiction•  Smithsonian•  National Geographic•  iBooks
    • NumeracyBedtime Math•  Toca Store•  Goodnight Moon 123
    • Felt Boards and Storytelling•  Felt Board•  Sock Puppets•  Keynote•  Not intended to REPLACE physical feltboards, puppets or any other traditionalstorytelling tool; they are just another tool inyour toolkit!
    • Review Sources for Apps•  Appitic•  Common Sense Media•  Cybils•  Digital Storytime•  Horn Book: Out of the Box•  Kindertown•  Kirkus: iPad Reviews•  SLJ: Touch & Go•  Smart apps for kids
    • Questions?Thank you!@LittleeLitLittleeLit.com
    • Further Reading/ResourcesMentioned•  Idaho Commission on Libraries Report•  Screen Time (Lisa Guernsey)•  Giving our Children a Fighting Chance (Susan B Neuman)•  The New Co-Viewing (Joan Ganz Cooney Center)•  Pioneering Literacy in the Digital Wild West (Joan Ganz CooneyCenter)•  Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early ChildhoodPrograms Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 (NAEYC/FredRogers)•  American Academy of Pediatrics•  Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood (Screen Free Week)•  Mind in the Making (Ellen Galinksy)•  Parenting the Touchscreen Generation: Do We Need CredibleFresh Thinking? (Eitan Schwartz)