12th May, 2021 @ 4:00 pm
12/05/2021 - 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Early language development plays a critical role in supporting children’s overall development. How young children develop and understand language is a complex topic and is one of the key developmental milestones of early childhood. Language allows children to identify and communicate feelings, needs and emotions of others. Learning to understand, use and enjoy language is the critical first step in literacy, and the basis for learning to read and write.
Understanding how young children learn skills to communicate and form language is essential to supporting their development and future language learning skills Speech Pathologist Stephi West will address key areas in early language development including:
- Engaging children with language from birth to develop strong literacy skills and to further develop knowledge of early literacy and language development
- Parent/family engagement to develop ways to effectively support their child’s language development
Recommended resources for children, educators, parents and primary carers.
Target audience: Early Childhood Leaders and Educators and Junior Primary Teachers
Delivery mode: face to face
Presenters: Stephi West, Speech Pathologist
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions the AISSA is required to enforce set limits on the number of attendees for this event based on social distancing and maximum density rules. To secure your place please complete the registration as attendance at the AISSA office without a confirmed place may result in being turned away if the event is at capacity.
There is no on-site parking available. For parking options please refer to the parking map. Tram stop #1 Greenhill Road is a 6-minute walk away.
For registration enquiries please contact Rae Dawkins.