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- Best Power Point
Presentation given at the National Inclusion Conference in August, 2006. This presentation describes new approaches to developing literacy in preschoolers with disabilities such as the Me-ville to We-ville curriculum, using alternative pencils, and Literacy Start to Finish literacy starter books.
- Early Literacy and Phonological Awareness
Presentation given across NC in the 2005-2006 school year describing appropriate ways to enhance phonological awareness in all young children.
- Early Reading First
Presentation was given at Richmond County Workshop #2 on December 17, 2008.
- Early Reading First: Curriculum Overview
Presentation was given at Richmond County Workshop #3 on January 8, 2008.
- Language and Literacy the SLP
Presentation given across NC in the 2005-2006 school year descirbing the role of the SLP in early literacy.
- Literacy Assessment (version 2)
Presentation was given in numerous locations during 2005-06 and provides information on different types of emergent literacy assessments.
- Pre-K Curriculum Adaptations for Children with Special Needs: Lessons Learned Through Participation in an Early Reading First Project
Presentation was given at the Eighth National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute on July 23, 2008 and provides information on strategies and research findings.
- Prosocial Behavior in Early Childhood
Presentation was given at the NC Catholic Education Conference in September, 2006 and describes the “keys” to helping all children to develop prosocial behaviors.
- Strategies and Supports for Emergent Literacy Development for Children with Severe and Profound Handicaps (SPH)
Presentation was given for Delaware educators in November, 2006. This presentation includes the “hour glass” model of emergent-early literacy development and describes many adaptations for the foundations for literacy for all children.
- The Time is Now in Pre-K!: Essentials of Early Literacy Instruction
The "Hour Glass" model of literacy development and instruction in early literacy.