Hanen: Learning Language and Loving It is an evidence-based approach based on the premise that educators and parents can positively influence children's acquisition of language and literacy through frequent, high quality interactions in which the educator or parent practices linguistic responsiveness.
This introductory workshop will cover the theoretical foundations of literacy development and the relationship between linguistic responsiveness and quality of early education language learning. It will also provide participants with strategies to promote responsive interaction.
This highly practice-based workshop includes 5 one-to-one sessions with the trainer. Constructive face-to-face coaching and feedback is provided after each classroom observation to facilitate deep skills learning, helping you transfer skills and techniques into your classroom teaching.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to utilise:
VCF Funding is available for employees of NCSS Member Agencies and MSF-funded AgenciesMore Information
CTG Funding available for Parents and Caregivers of children with special needsMore Information
e2i funding available for *Singaporean and *Singapore Permanent Resident current employees of Student Care / Tuition Centres / Enrichment Centres or Social Service Organisations.More Information
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For professionals working with children with special needs.More Information
e2i funding available for Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Resident current employees of Student Care / Tuition Centres / Enrichment Centres or Social Service Organisations.More Information
For Non-funded ParticipantsMore Information
For physiotherapists and occupational therapists working with persons with disabilities.More Information
Workforce Singapore (WSG) Funding is applicable to Singaporeans and PR physiotherapists and occupational therapists, working with persons with disabilities.More Information