Practices and Resources To Promote Language and Early Literacy Learning in Young Children

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  • Good afternoon, everyone.  Thank you for joining today’s webinar.  We will start in 1 minute.   <OK it’s 12pm, let’s get started>
  • Deana Good afternoon, everyone.  Thank you for joining today’s webinar.  We will start in 1 minute.   <OK it’s 12pm, let’s get started> Good afternoon! This is Deana Buck from Virginia’s Integrated Training Collaborative, and I thrilled to have Carol Trivette from the Center for Early Literacy Learning joining me for today’s webinar. Dr. Trivette is a leader in the field of early childhood, having contributed to our research and evidence-based practices. Dr. Trivette and her colleagues at the Puckett Institute have been leaders in translating research into practices that can be implemented by families, caregivers, and interventionists in practice. Dr. Trivette joins us today to share information about the Center for Early Literacy Learning, particularly for early intervention providers. You should know that this work is part of the CELL project’s work in Virginia. To date, staff from the CELL project have trained cohorts of trainers in Lynchburg and Roanoke, and a training of trainers is scheduled for NoVA on August 11 th and 12 th . In addition, Dr. Trivette will be participating in an early childhood professional develoment summit in Staunton next week. From a practical point of view, I was interested in having Dr. Trivette join us so that she could orient you to the amazing resources and toolls that have been developed through CELL. This project will end in September, but the resources will remain on the website for our continued use. The video clips are wonderful, and illustrate practical ways to infuse literacy and learning into every day routines and activities. Thank you for joining us today.     
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  • Now we want you to take a tour of the website. In just a second when you get to the website this is what you should see. As you tour around identify 1 or 2 items that you think look like they would be useful to you when you are working with parents or teachers. Use the products section listed on the left hand side. The first items are practice guides. The next three section CELL Papers, CELL Reviews, and CELL Notes are all the research syntheses. But after that you find CELL Tools, CELLcasts, CELL videos, and CELL Pops and posters. As you find an items that you want to share write down the area it is in so you can tell others where to find it. So explore and then we will get you to share what you find.
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  • Practices and Resources To Promote Language and Early Literacy Learning in Young Children

    1. 1. Please Call 866-842-5779 Enter Code 463 661 9330# Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Hearing But Were Afraid To Ask Center for Early Literacy Learning What’s the most creative way you’ve seen for young children to be exposed to literacy? What does a literacy-rich environment look like to you? What is a GREAT idea that you’ve given to a parent or caregiver to encourage literacy for an infant or toddler? USE THE CHAT BOX BELOW TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS
    2. 2. Center for Early Literacy Learning Carol Trivette, Ph.D., Co-Director Center for Early Literacy Learning Orelena Hawks Puckett Institute Practices and Resources To Promote Language and Early Literacy Learning in Young Children
    3. 3. HOUSEKEEPING Phones Are Muted Chat For Communication
    4. 4. Esc. Key to Return to Normal View locate this button on bar below slides click to view slides in full screen VIEW IN FULL SCREEN MODE
    5. 5. COMPLETE A SURVEY
    6. 6. Purpose of the Presentation <ul><li>Overview of the Center for Early Literacy </li></ul><ul><li>Learning (CELL) </li></ul><ul><li>Describe and demonstrate CELL products </li></ul><ul><li>developed </li></ul><ul><li>Describe CELL products under </li></ul><ul><li>development </li></ul>
    7. 7. Literacy-Rich Environments Everyday Literacy Activities Responsive Teaching Early Literacy Outcomes Child Interests Overview of CELL Early Literacy Learning Model
    8. 8. Video An Overview of the Center for Early Literacy Learning
    9. 9. Products page of CELL website, www.earlyliteracylearning.org
    10. 10. PRACTICE GUIDES and TOOLS from CELL CELLpractices , two-page practice guides available online as free, downloadable PDFs CELLcasts , multi-format recordings of CELLpractices (Formats: iPod, online Flash, and audio-only) CELLvideos , short and lively video illustrations of best practices for promoting early literacy learning CELLpops , interactive, online visuals highlighting ways everyday activities can POP! with literacy-learning power CELLposters , printable PDF versions of CELLpops CELLtools , quick aids for assessing literacy experiences and opportunities of an individual child or of an infant, toddler, or preschool class.
    11. 11. CELLpractices Tier 1 These guides focus on literacy learning practices for infants and toddlers and preschoolers in separate versions for parents and practitioners. One of the vignettes in each CELLpractices illustrates a way to adapt the practice for a child who has a disability or developmental delay. The parent guides are written at a fourth-grade to sixth-grade reading level. Tier 2 Tier 2 practice guides are available in parent versions only. They are written specifically for parents of children with disabilities or developmental delays and offer ideas for adaptations to allow their children to benefit from literacy learning opportunities. Tier 3 Tier 3 practice guides provide disability-specific adaptations to promote early literacy learning.
    12. 12. <ul><li>The CELLpractices outline: </li></ul><ul><li>Four questions </li></ul><ul><ul><li>What is the practice? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What does the practice look like? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>How do you do the practice? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>How do you know the practice worked? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Three vignettes illustrating the practice </li></ul>
    13. 13. Example of CELLpractices for Preschoolers http://www.earlyliteracylearning.org/cellpract_parent/preschool/PG_1_P_ReadAgain.pdf
    14. 14. Tier 1 CELLpractices Literacy Domains INFANT practice guides For PARENTS For PRACTITIONERS Literacy Learning Experiences Literacy-Rich Experiences Alphabet Exposure Stories and Listening Print Awareness and Reading Scribbling and Drawing Pre-Emergent Writing Rhymes and Sound Awareness Sound Awareness Vocalizing and Listening Vocalizing and Listening Gestures and Signing Nonverbal Communication and Signing
    15. 15. Tier 1 CELLpractices Literacy Domains TODDLER practice guides For PARENTS For PRACTITIONERS Literacy Learning Experiences Literacy-Rich Experiences Symbols and Letters Alphabet Awareness Storytelling and Listening Storytelling and Listening Scribbling and Drawing Emergent Writing Rhymes and Sound Awareness Sound and Phonemic Awareness Talking and Listening Talking and Listening Gestures and Signing Nonverbal Communication and Signing
    16. 16. Tier 1 CELLpractices Literacy Domains PRESCHOOLER practice guides For PARENTS For PRACTITIONERS Literacy Learning Experiences Literacy-Rich Experiences Letters and Spelling Alphabet Knowledge Reading and Storytelling Reading and Print Awareness Drawing and Writing Invented Spelling and Writing Rhymes and Sound Awareness Phonological Awareness Talking and Listening Talking and Listening Signing Signing
    17. 17. Example of CELLpractices for Toddlers in 2 Versions Parents Practitioners http://www.earlyliteracylearning.org/cellpract_parent/toddler/PG_1_T_LettSymbols_WM.pdf
    18. 18. Example of Tier 1 CELLpractices for Parents Spanish-Language Translation (now in production)
    19. 19. Multi-format recordings of CELLpractices in three versions:  iPod TM netcasts  Online Flash TM animations  Audio-only netcasts
    20. 20. Interactive website pages featuring  Idea “pop-ups” to make literacy learning part of families’ everyday activities  Downloadable PDF posters for parents pops posters
    21. 21. CELL Overview —Describes the four components of the Center for Early Literacy Learning model. Making Room for Literacy —Describes how to create a literacy-rich home environment and why it is important. Books, Nooks and Literacy Hooks —Describes how to create a literacy-rich classroom environment Interests Lead to Learning —Child interests are the foundation of the CELL approach to early literacy learning. This video explores the two types of child interests and how to identify them Pathways to Literacy —Illustrates how literacy learning opportunities can be found in everyday places, in everyday activities Weaving Wonderful Tales —Describes shared reading, an interactive style of adult-child reading for 2-3 year olds Ready, Set, Read —Describes shared reading, an interactive style of adult-child reading for 4-5 year olds Tune In —Describes the characteristics used in a “tuned-in” adult-child interaction Get In Step with Responsive Teaching —Describes how caregivers can support and encourage children’s listening, talking, and early reading and writing
    22. 22. with adaptations UNDER CONSTRUCTION
    23. 23. CELL Early Childhood Classroom Interests Tool: Infant/Toddler Classrooms CELL Early Childhood Classroom Interests Tool CELL Interest-Based Everyday Literacy Activity Checklist CELL Daily Schedule CELL Reminder List CELL Tip Sheet for Teachers Family-Centered Practices Checklist
    24. 24. Interest-Based Everyday Literacy Activity Checklist http://www.earlyliteracylearning.org/ta_pdf/int_bsd_evday_lit_act_chcklist.pdf
    25. 25. Early Childhood Classroom Interests Tool Infant/Toddler Classrooms http://www.earlyliteracylearning.org/ta_pdf/ec_classrm_ints_tool.pdf
    26. 26. Early Childhood Classroom Interests Tool
    27. 27. Daily Schedule planner and Daily Reminder list http://www.earlyliteracylearning.org/ta_pdf/daily_sched.pdf
    28. 28. Products Being Developed <ul><li>Tier I Practice Guides in Spanish </li></ul><ul><li>CELLcasts </li></ul><ul><li>CELLpops </li></ul><ul><li>Tier 3 Practice Guides with Adaptations for Specific Disabilities </li></ul><ul><li>Videos Illustrating Best Practice Adaptations </li></ul>
    29. 29. Conclusion <ul><li>CELL products: </li></ul><ul><li>Are user-friendly </li></ul><ul><li>Are based on the audience </li></ul><ul><li>Use evidence-based practices </li></ul><ul><li>Have a specific purpose </li></ul><ul><li>Are developed in various mediums, </li></ul><ul><li>such as print and electronic media </li></ul>
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    31. 31. <ul><li>Now it’s time for you to tour the web site! </li></ul>Center for Early Literacy Learning www.earlyliteracylearning.org
    32. 32. <ul><li>Let’s share what we found! </li></ul>Center for Early Literacy Learning www.earlyliteracylearning.org
    33. 33. Contacts Carol M. Trivette, Ph.D. Orelena Hawks Puckett Institute 128 South Sterling Street Morganton, NC 28655 [email_address] www.earlyliteracylearning.org Allison Jones, M.Ed. [email_address]

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