November 21, 2017

The Advocate's Toolbox

Technology in the First Years | Fostering Lifelong Learners 2014

Addressing how technology fits in early learning, a trio of experts described uses of technology that can empower children and caregivers.

Selecting Children’s Books: A Reader’s Advisory by ‘The Horn Book’ Editors | Fostering Lifelong Learners 2014

Humorous quips and nursery rhymes punctuated the lively reader’s advisory discussion at the recent “Fostering Lifelong Learners” event in Ohio.

Slideshow: Ohio Early Learning Conference | Fostering Lifelong Learners 2014

On September 19, the Cuyahoga County (OH) Public Library hosted the Fostering Lifelong Learners conference presented by SLJ and sister publication The Horn Book with Robert Needlman proclaiming tears, Kevin Henkes talking about his children being “built by books,” and Case Western University’s Robert Fischer talking big data.

Robert Needlman Keynotes Early Learning Conference | Fostering Lifelong Learners 2014

Robert Needlman, co-founder of Reach Out and Read, says there is no panacea for childhood literacy. At the early literacy conference, presented by SLJ and sister publication The Horn Book, at Cuyahoga County (OH) Public Library on September 19, he surfaces what can help.

Give ’Em Chalk: Hands-On Learning Is Fun and Builds Literacy Skills | Editorial

The most exciting time for a kindergarten teacher is when a kid looks up and says, ‘Hey, I can read!’” Fostering early literacy is the focus of our very first theme issue. We’re also debuting a new look, with some significant improvements to the all-important reviews section.