Kindergarten Ready: What Really Matters in Child Development
Author: Dr. Gene OuelletteSubscribed: 20Played: 137
A podcast about child development, birth-to-five, where we explore what really matters, and what it really means to be kindergarten ready.
It's a podcast devoted to understanding and nurturing child development, as guided by developmental science, theory, and research.
Hosted by Dr. Gene Ouellette, Director of the Language, Literacy, Learning Lab at Mount Allison University, Professor of (developmental and educational) psychology, Associate Editor of the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, researcher, author, former Speech Language Pathologist....... (and father, husband, soccer coach, and lover of weinerdogs too!).
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Brain Words and the Science of Reading
Shared Reading & Storybooks: What's Up with That?
Parent tips and more...straight from kindergarten teachers!
Kindergarten Readiness in the Traditional Sense...
Early invented spelling and the developing reading brain
Let's talk about babies, speech perception, and babbling.
Readiness and Emergent Literacy
Stress, Anxiety, and Uncertainty in COVID times
Vocabulary Part II: Techniques to capitalize on daily language learning opportunities
Language development that really matters: Vocabulary!
What this show is all about!