MAY 9, 2017 | PARKWAY HEIGHTS UMC HATTIESBURG, MS

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Made possible by:

Janice Greenberg, B.Sc., D.S.P., Reg. CASLPO

In her role as The Hanen Centre's Program Director, Janice Greenberg introduces exciting innovations to the Learning Language and Loving It Program, including flexible options for program delivery, development of Teacher Talk training, extension of the trainer model to include early childhood education consultants and development of new resources, such as program posters and Teacher Talk workbooks. She also collaborates on research on teacher training with Elaine Weitzman and Luigi Girolametto, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto.

Presentation

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​​THE POWER OF INTERACTION

Fueling early language development through the power of interactions 

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 

9 AM - 12 PM

Open for parents, SLPs, and educators


Join us for The 2nd Annual Children's Center Institute, a professional development program that brings in world-renowned practitioners to teach and train speech-language pathologists, educators, physical therapists, occupational therapists and parents.

This year's event will feature an open-registration workshop with Janice Greenberg, B.Sc., D.S.P., Reg. CASLO, the director of Early Childhood Education Services at The Hanen Centre. The Hanen Centre is a globally-known authority in family-centered early language intervention. For more than 35 years, they have specialized in developing evidence-based programs for parents and educators that break down the research into easy-to-use language-building strategies and training professionals to use Hanen's effective teaching methodology for involving and engaging parents in the intervention process.


The Institute is hosted by The Children's Center for Communication and Development at The University of Southern Mississippi. It is made possible through generous funding provided by The Mapp Family Foundation.

Presenter

As children progress from toddlers to preschoolers, it’s the important adults in their lives – their parents and educators – who make the biggest difference in helping them learn. That’s because a child’s best learning happens during natural, everyday interactions with more sophisticated conversation partners. This session will outline how to create the kinds of quality interactions that best build children’s early language and literacy skills at home and in early childhood settings.