1. ACE Tutoring


    from Justin Minsker Added 13 0 0

    I put this together as a series of videos for ACE: A Community for Education, an early literacy intervention group located at the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin. To learn more about ACE, please visit aceaustin.org

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    • Grade 1 ESL


      from Subiksha Krishniah Added 24 0 0

      Our Grade 1 class and their hard work through this whole year, as readers and writers! Private video. - Subiksha

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      • Building Strong Systems: PreK-3rd Policies, Practices, & Possibilities


        from The McKnight Foundation Added 28 0 0

        On October 22, 2013, McKnight gathered together a crowd at the James J. Hill Library in downtown St. Paul to discuss PreK-3rd practices, policies, and possibilities. We sought to catalyze a conversation around how to ensure that students and parents experience consistent, high-quality educational experiences from age 3 to grade 3.

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          from Memphis Public Library Added 38 0 0

          www.MemphisLibraryFoundation.org In honor of Early Literacy Month, the Memphis Library Foundation is asking for your help in providing early literacy computer stations to all library branches. Children need an early introduction to language and verbal concepts for school readiness. Innovative technology is available to enhance language and reading. But not every child has access to computers and iPads®. The Benjamin L. Hooks Central library recently added six early literacy computers to its Children’s Area. These touch screen computers are specifically for children ages 2 to 8 and are available every day free of charge. Their colorful keyboards and animated programs encourage the early literacy skills necessary for school readiness. Please help us provide one of these remarkable computers to each library branch in Memphis. By bringing these computers to neighborhood across the city, we are bridging the digital divide and providing educational technology to all children.

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          • Learning to read by touch ...


            from Carolyn Hutchinson Added 10 0 0

            This nearly 2-year-old, already familiar with her Dad's i-phone, was entranced by the interactive touch-screen in Stirling Castle and very quickly grasped how it worked. She used the symbols and pictures on the screen to decorate the head on the left using her favourite colour (blue), thus 'making meaning' for herself and sharing it with her granny. Although there are no written words involved, this looks and feels like early literacy, enabled by the technology. Any thoughts?

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            • Heckety Peckety Bumblebee


              from Debrarian Added 17 0 0

              In which we learn the new kid's name.

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              • DayByDayNY Promotional Video


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                DaybyDayNY is an important component of Ready to Read at New York Libraries, a new statewide program from the New York State Library designed to help library staff further enhance and expand their early literacy services and programs. DaybyDayNY is funded through the Federal Library Services and Technology Act, with funds awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. Questions about DaybyDayNY may be directed to Karen Balsen, Library Development Specialist, Division of Library Development, New York State Library at kbalsen@mail.nysed.gov or 518-486-2194.

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                • Calgary Reads - A People Lens


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                  • Montana State Library Report to the Public Library Federations - Spring 2014


                    from MSL Trainer Added 12 0 0

                    A series of brief reports and updates from the Montana State Library Staff to public library staff and trustees.

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