Accessibility

Conference

border

14th Annual Emergent Literacy Conference

This year's conference will be taking place November 13 and 14th 2017 in Niagara-on-the-Lake at White Oaks Resort and Spa. 

 If you did not receive an email with this year's brochure, please click here to provide consent so that we are able to send you information about registration and additonal confernece details. Be advised...if your email is not provided we are unable to send you any information.

2017 

 

Susan B. Neuman

Hilairy Walters and Lori Huston

-Presenters will be supplying resources

Gayle Montgomery

-Presentor informed us there is nothing available

Magdalena Janus and Amy Romagnoli

Speech Services Niagara Literacy Team

-No handouts to be provided

 

 

2016 

2015 

 

http://www.self-reg.ca/shanker-self-reg/

The password for this document is : speech

1. Sharon Casey and Denise Plinton- Peel Region

2. Jennifer Smith and Cathy Meesters- Niagara Region

Slides to be posted soon.

3. Gabriele Croft and Kim Krueger-Kischak- Kitchener/ Waterloo

http://www.thisisliteracy.ca/resources/babys-book-bag

THE OCFP WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU! In conjunction with the Should Family Doctors have a Prescription for Literacy session at our conference, the Ontario College of Family Physicians is gathering information about current early literacy activities. Your input through this survey would be greatly appreciated – before or after the presentation. Click here to take the survey.

2014

2013

 

Ministry of Education Presentation- The materials we will be referring to in our presentation will all be available from Ministry of Education websites we will reference - so participants will be able to access materials which they wish to follow up on and decide themselves whether they wish to download (videos) or print them.

2012

2011

2010

2009

 

 

our primary partners

Tip of the month

Fantastic Fall Fun– Autumn is a fantastic time of year to go outside, explore and talk. Whether y...

Read more »

Literacy & Language Apps and Websites

Developing healthy routines and habits around screen use starts as soon as children are born. Mobile phones, tablets, TV’s, computers and other electronic devices are present for many children right from birth. At Spe...