Language Development- What Are They Talking About?
It starts with crying, cooing, and babbling, and then you finally hear it, their first words! Sharing those language milestone moments can be some of our best experiences as infant and toddler teachers. During this workshop you will learn more about the development of language and communication for children birth to three; the research that links relationships to language learning in the first three years; and strategies to support development in this domain for all infants and toddlers, including dual language learners. In addition, participants will have a chance to discuss and share their ideas about the importance of talking to, singing with, and reading to infants and toddlers to foster a life time love of language and learning. This training provides information that supports the ITERS-R subscales: Personal Care Routines, Listening and Talking and Interactions.
Presenter: Bonnie Brumbeloe, Early Education Manager, Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County
Credit: 2 DCDEE Approved Credits
Pre-Registration Required: In order to allow time for the pre-course assignment, please pre-register and send payment no later than Tuesday, October 2nd. Be sure to provide an email address so you can receive a video link for the assignment.
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