Historical Perspectives on Literacy in Early Childhood
You will receive a link to the article and CEU test by e-mail when your registration is complete. This program is offered exclusively in the eLearning classroom.
It is essential for clinicians to understand the historical evolution of ideas and practices relevant to preparing young children for learning to read. This program helps clinicians analyze current trends in preliteracy research, as well as controversies that continue to surround best teaching practices.
You will be able to:
- identify the roots of current practices and controversies related to the preliteracy period of development
- list events, philosophers, and educators that provide needed perspective to effectively evaluate new information and approaches
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11/5/2010 to 5/28/2013