Using the Common Core throughout the Early Childhood Day Archived webinar from July 12, 2012 now available!
Featuring Lesley Mandel Morrow
Now available! Purchase an archived recording of the July 12, 2012, webinar with Lesley Mandel Morrow. You will have access to the recording until June 1, 2013.
The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy suggest integrating the standards throughout the school day in order to demonstrate to children that reading is a skill to be used to gain knowledge across the content areas.
Join Lesley Mandel Morrow to discuss how to help young children avoid falling behind in reading and content areas, by engaging in literacy instruction throughout the school day.
During this one-hour webinar, Dr. Morrow will discuss the differences between the CCSS and other standards we have used in the past and the need for increased use of informational literature and complex texts. She will show you how to integrate literacy skills in content areas as she goes through a day in an early childhood room to illustrate how the CCSS should be embedded throughout the day.
Here’s a convenient, affordable way for you to gain practical solutions and share ideas with a true leader in the literacy field.
Bonus — Your registration to the live event includes access to the webinar archive, too, so you can review it any time.
Lesley Mandel Morrow
is a Distinguished Professor of Literacy at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Education. Her area of research deals with early literacy development, and the organization and management of Language Arts Programs. Dr. Morrow has more than 300 publications that appear as journal articles, chapters in books, monographs and books. She received Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service Awards from Rutgers University. Dr. Morrow was an elected member of the board of directors of International Reading Association (IRA) and served as President of the organization in 2003-2004. She was also the recipient of the IRA’s Outstanding Teacher Educator of Reading Award, as well as Fordham University’s Alumni Award for Outstanding Achievement.