Early Childhood

Concurrent

Illuminating Strategies for Early Readers

Saturday, November 11
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Location: 210 A

An early reader is often easy to recognize. A four-year-old who can accurately read billboards, street signs, and advertisements is clearly advanced. Yet others may have advanced literacy skills that are not so obvious, such as children who like to create, write, and perform songs and stories. This session is designed as a practical introduction to indicators of advanced literacy skills in young children, the role of the preschool teacher, the importance of a literacy-rich learning environment, the importance of reading aloud, and classroom strategies for early readers.

Karen P. Megay-Nespoli

Associate Professor
St. Joseph's College

Dr. Karen Megay-Nespoli is an Associate Professor at St. Joseph’s College in the Department of Child Study. She is currently the Director of the Literacy and Cognition graduate program. Dr. Megay-Nespoli has a strong background in the education of gifted and talented students, having completed her Ed.D. from Columbia University, Teachers College in Gifted Education. She has worked for over ten years both in the classroom and as a consultant for gifted programs. She is an advocate for gifted students, and a former board member of AGATE (Advocacy for Gifted and Talented Students in New York State). Dr. Megay Nespoli has presented at a variety of international, national and state and local-level organizational conferences.

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