Communication intervention and literacy expert Dr. Shari Robertson helps parents and educators instill a love of reading in pre-readers and early readers
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17, 2015 – Young children benefit from learning early literacy and language skills, building the foundation for all future learning and academic progress. The formulation of these skills depends on a child’s network of adults, who may not understand how to best help children build these skills. To help train families and caretakers to instill a sense of fun and a life-long love of reading in pre-readers and early readers, communication intervention and literacy expert Dr. Shari Robertson partnered with PresenceLearning to create the eBook “6 Strategies to Build Better Readers.”
To download the free eBook, visit: https://pages.presencelearning.com/library-shari-robertson-building-better-readers.html.
In this free eBook, Dr. Robertson highlights six simple strategies for involving young children in reading. The six strategies highlighted in the book equip parents, teachers, early interventionists and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) with specific tactics for making the reading experience stress free and engaging for both the child and the adult.
This eBook, based on a recent webinar in PresenceLearning’s Special Agents of Change series, is the latest addition to PresenceLearning’s growing library of eBooks, white papers and other resources that give special education administrators and leaders readily available expert information on topics affecting special education, as well as insight into how they can better manage challenges and increase student outcomes.
PresenceLearning (www.presencelearning.com) is the leading telehealth network of providers of clinical services and assessments to educational organizations. The PresenceLearning care network has provided over one million sessions of live, online speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, behavioral interventions and mental health services, diagnostic services and assessments, and early childhood services for children with special needs.