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The LETRS® for Early Childhood Educators professional development course of study gives teachers an understanding of the foundational skills young children need before learning to read and write and provides ways to guide children's literacy development.
This new version of LETRS for Early Childhood Educators aligns with the recommendations of the 2008 National Early Literacy Panel on Developing Early Literacy Skills. It specifies:
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Early childhood educators and early care providers, and the children in their care, benefit from the strategies and processes shared in LETRS for Early Childhood Educators.
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LETRS for Early Childhood Educators enriches and extends professional development for teachers so they can help prekindergarten children learn the early literacy and language skills proven to be critical for later success. The information and techniques are also important for kindergarten teachers whose young students have not yet learned the vital early literacy skills needed for the first few years of school.
Teachers of young learners will find:
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“The LETRS course is equipping Alabama’s PreK-third grade teachers with background knowledge about the science of reading, in order to fully support literacy instruction and provide individualized support for students who struggle with learning to read. The initial feedback has been extremely positive from LETRS’ participants and we hope to expand this opportunity.”
—Barbara Cooper, Ph.D.Director of Strategic Initiatives and Family EngagementAlabama Department of Early Childhood Education