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ECRR 2.0: Using Apps and E-Books in Early Literacy Programs

ECRR 2.0: Using Apps and E-Books in Early Literacy Programs



PLA 2014 Cen Campbell & Saroj Ghoting

PLA 2014 Cen Campbell & Saroj Ghoting



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    ECRR 2.0: Using Apps and E-Books in Early Literacy Programs ECRR 2.0: Using Apps and E-Books in Early Literacy Programs Presentation Transcript

    • ECRR 2.0: Incorporating New Media into Every Child Ready to Read @ your library, 2nd edition Cen Campbell, LittleeLit.com Saroj Ghoting March 13, 2:00-3:15 PLA 2014 Indianapolis
    • By the end of this session you will: ● Know what new media in storytime can look like ● Have a list of storytime tested apps ● Explain why we use new media in ECRR2-based programs ● Know where to look for more information There is no digital substitute for using your finger as a toothbrush!
    • New Media Storytime Demos
    • Hello Song Introduction Settle Down Rhyme Paper Book Activity Song Book App Singing & Swaying Letter of the Day Nonfiction Goodbye Song Hand out iPads
    • Support Engagement & Relationships
    • Next Steps
    • Cen Campbell LittleeLit.com @littleelit Saroj Ghoting www.earlylit.net sghoting@gmail.com
    • More on Young Children, New Media & Libraries at LittleeLit. com Links are for iOS 30 Hands Awesome Xylophone Bean’s Baby Boats Bob Bookboard But Not the Hippopotamus Dr Seuss Band Endless Alphabet Felt Board: Mother Goose on the Loose Facetime Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed Goodnight Moon Google Hangout iBooks Keynote Kindle Laurie Berkner Little Red Hen My Story Nook Overdrive Skype Toca Band Tumblebooks Wee Sing ABC Wild About Books Apps
    • Intentional & Appropriate Use Video: Using Technology Tools
    • Songs are a Natural Way to Learn about Language
    • Shared reading is the best way to help your child get ready to read, even if the books are digital! Model healthy media use by using digital books in storytime.
    • What makes a good app? ● No in-app purchases ● No links outside the app ● Age-appropriate content ● Opportunities for creation & safe sharing ● Encourage or inspire activity beyond the device ● Accommodates different languages & abilities
    • Resource: Fred Rogers Center Early Learning Environment Using Technology Tools
    • The digital divide is alive and well. Access alone is not enough; we must model engagement.
    • Consumption & Creation
    • Use New Media to Help Parents Learn New Songs