Ohio Ready to Read presents its FREE* hands-on early literacy training workshop! Open to all Ohio public library workers, Early Literacy 101 is coming to several Ohio locations in April.
Early Literacy 101
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Workshop hours 9:30 am - 4:00 pm, including lunch
Perry Cook Memorial Public Library, 7406 Co Rd 242, Shauck (Johnsville) - between Mt. Gilead and Mansfield
The library will coordinate a lunch order. Each attendee may participate in the lunch order or bring a packed lunch.
To register or for more information: www.surveymonkey.com/r/7KGD2SR.
Early Literacy 101
Tuesday, April 26, 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm, including a lunch break
Sharonville Branch, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 10980 Thornview Dr., Cincinnati
Lunch will be on your own. To register or for more information: swonlibraries.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1054307
Note: The Early Literacy 101 workshop in Hudson on Friday, April 27 is full. Contact Melissa Lattanzi to be put on a waiting list and an additional workshop in northeast Ohio may be added for the future.
Please mark your calendars if you haven’t yet attended an Ohio Ready to Read Early Literacy 101 workshop. This training provides essential early literacy information that is valuable for all staff who plan & present storytimes and other programs for children. Participants will learn how brain development impacts how young children learn, and will explore effective, research-based early literacy resources and activities. The workshop covers the Six Early Literacy Skills presented in the PLA/ALSC Every Child Ready to Read® 1st edition, and the Five Early Literacy Practices presented in the 2nd edition, along with other early literacy concepts and storytime tips. Ohio Ready to Read trainer Deborah Dubois of Mansfield/Richland County Public Library will lead the Perry Cook workshop. ORTR trainers Carrie Burrier of Akron-Summit County Public Library and Mandie Burns of Dayton Metro Library will lead the Cincinnati workshop. ORTR trainers Julia Shaheen and Marianna DiGiacomo of Stark County District Library will lead the NEO-RLS workshop. Learn more about the Early Literacy 101 workshop.