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Early Language & Literacy Classroom Observation: ELLCO Pre-K Tool (package of 5)
     

Early Language & Literacy Classroom Observation: ELLCO Pre-K Tool (package of 5)

by Miriam W., Ed. Smith Ed., Joanne P. Brady, Louisa Anastasopoulos
 

SAVE when you order the ELLCO Pre-K User's Guide and ELLCO Pre-K Tool together!

The Early Language and Literacy Classroom Observation Tool (ELLCO) comes in a package of 5 and is part of ELLCO, the bestselling classroom observation

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SAVE when you order the ELLCO Pre-K User's Guide and ELLCO Pre-K Tool together!

The Early Language and Literacy Classroom Observation Tool (ELLCO) comes in a package of 5 and is part of ELLCO, the bestselling classroom observation tool that helps schools assess the quality of literacy practices and supports and give children the best possible start in language and literacy development. Trusted by schools across the country, ELLCO helps educators reliably gather the data needed for professional development and program improvement, leading to better literacy outcomes for young children.

Learn more about ELLCO Pre-K and ELLCO K–3.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557669476
Publisher:
Brookes Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2008
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
40
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Smith has always enjoyed working directly with young children and teachers of young children. Beginning in 1987, she collected and analyzed data for the longitudinal Home–School Study of Language and Literacy Development. Her work on that project brought her into many classrooms as an observer and researcher and propelled her interest in classroom environments and practices that promote children’s early language and literacy development. Later work conducted for the Center for Children & Families at EDC cemented her commitment to working directly with teachers, supervisors, and education leaders to promote conditions that positively affect children’s learning. Currently a consultant to EDC, Dr. Smith continues to engage in research, writing, and professional development with teachers of young children. An active volunteer in local schools and child care programs, she most enjoys spending time in the “living lab” of daily life with her three children.

Louisa Anastasopoulos, M.P.P., has extensive experience conducting classroom observations, child assessments, and interviews with teachers and parents. Her work has dealt with examinations of classroom quality as well as with early language and literacy. She has been instrumental in the design of teacher and parent interview protocols and has spent a great deal of time interacting with preschool teachers and staff. Her bilingual expertise has contributed to her ability to work with a wide variety of teachers and parents. Ms. Anastasopoulos holds a master of public policy, with a focus on education policy, from the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.

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