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Lecture and Discussion: Early Literacy Development (Birth To Age 5) at The Watertown Public Library
On Saturday Dec. 8, a lecture and discussion about early literacy development at the Watertown Public Library at 1 p.m. will be led by Teddy Kokoros, a Pre-K Teacher at Transpiration Children’s Center and adjunct early childhood education professor at Fisher College, Lesley University, and UMass Boston.
The event will be at Watertown Public Library’s Lucia Mastrangelo Meeting Room and is free and open to the public.
This event will go over how teachers and parents of young children can best support young children’s early literacy development. Topics covered will including finding quality picture books, dialogic reading, vocabulary development, reading comprehensions skills, phonics and decoding.
Early childhood educators will receive 1.5 training hours in early literacy development for attending the training. The event will feature time for attendees to ask questions and participate in discussions about their own experiences and knowledge related to early literacy. The event is sponsored by Ideas and Innovations In Early Childhood Education. https://www.
You can register on the Facebook Event page here: https://www.facebook.com/