Educator Seminar: "Read All About It! Using a Classroom Newspaper to Build Emergent Literacy, Competence and Community in the Nursery Classroom"

Date
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Location
Online via Zoom.
Admission Information

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This event will be hosted via Zoom. A link will be made available to attendees in the days before the event. For confidentiality reasons, there will not be a recording of the session made available after the event. Please plan on attending live at 7:00pm PST. Refunds offered for extenuating circumstances only and must be requested in advance. Please contact bingschool [at] stanford.edu to inquire. No refunds will be granted for missed event. Certificate of attendance and handout provided with session.

Space is limited to 100 participants. Open to Early Childhood Educators.

Email bingschool [at] stanford.edu for more information.

A teacher reads East AM News with a child at story time.

"Read All About It" is a story that weaves together emergent literacy, agency and social connections. Bing Nursery School teachers will examine the creation and sharing of newspapers in their classroom of three to five year old children. The presenters will share pedagogical and practical information as well as techniques and strategies as they relate to a daily newspaper made by and for young children in a play-based, constructivist program.

Hosted by Bing Nursery School Educators Todd Erickson, Melissa Gier, and Kathryn Carruthers.