Reading books with children is one of the big joys of working with young children. Watching children's faces as the story develops and children are wrapped in the story along with the rhythm and magic of the language of each book reinforces the importance of reading with children. Understanding that reading books with children builds language skills, social and emotional skills, and many school readiness skills will be a focus of this course. We will look at what books support different skills in developmental stages and how to promote parent engagement in reading with children regularly.
If you need this training to be added into your OPR, click ‘Add to Cart’ on the next available date. This will REGISTER you on the OCCRRA site, which will allow tracking on your OPR. Then you will be redirected to airchildcare.com to PURCHASE and COMPLETE your course. This course is 100% online and you will receive certification immediately upon completion. Please note, the course can be taken right away, you do not need to wait until the date listed. This course is approved for Step Up To Quality and Ohio Approved. This course does not have to be completed by the deadline listed on this site. You will have 4 months after purchase to complete the course. In addition, the course can be stopped and resumed at any point.
|Training approved for||
|Registration deadline||Jun 01, 2019|
|Number of open seats||128|
|Event Owner||AIR Child Care Training Solutions|
|Target Audience||Classroom Staff / Teacher,Staff working with children with special needs,Program Administrator,Family Child Care,Parents/guardians|
|Age Groups related to content||Infants,Toddlers,Preschoolers|
|Core Knowledge Area||N/A|
|Child Development Associate Area||To advance physical and intellectual competence|
|Early Learning and Development Standards||
Approaches Toward Learning
Language and Literacy Development
Participants will analyze how intentional teaching can improve children’s language skills. They will learn ways to help parents engage in reading with their children every day. Learners will analyze and learn how to create inviting reading areas in the classroom.
Participants will define various reading strategies and compare those strategies to the developmental stages of young children. Learners will identify appropriate types of books for developmental stages of children.
Participants will critique motivational factors and learn how to incorporate those into practice. Learners will examine daily reading practices and discover ways to increase reading in the classroom.