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Childhood Literacy and Behavioral Development
For au pairs, parents, and people who work with children – this class provides tools and activities to support literacy and childhood development. This is also a great supplemental class for people pursuing careers in childhood development. Using practical lessons and activities, you will develop an understanding of learning processes and stages of literacy learning.
Class will also focus on the development of independence and responsibility - discussing ways to encourage children to make responsible choices and to be accountable for their actions. This relates to their schoolwork, to everyday life and to how they make connections to the world.
This course meets in person at our Manhattan campus. There is a mandatory online orientation prior to the weekend and a mandatory final project presentation following class. All students must attend orientation, classes, and final project review.
Your teacher, Sara Lenore is a Teacher and Reading Specialist. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Boston University and her Master's Degree in Literacy from Pace University. She has a TEFL Certificate from her studies in Peru and has taught English as a Second Language to children, adolescents and adults. Sara has been working with Learning Across America for nearly four years and loves it!
Our classes consist of a pre-assignment, independent coursework, and final assignment, as well as live online class sessions with your teacher/other au pairs. Credit for J-1 visa students is 36 hours. Students earning J-1 visa credit must attend all sessions and complete all homework.
To read specifics about class schedules and requirements about this course, click here.
There are no prerequisites for taking this course.
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