Register for Bounce From a Book: Creative Writing Experiences Inspired by Quality Children's Literature
During this presentation, participants will explore ways to use quality children's literature as a tool for creative and critical thinking in the early childhood classroom. From creating class quilts to creative art experiences and writing group stories, teachers will discover new ways to enhance children's literature that make the reading process a fun and engaging one. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to choose quality children's books to share with their classes and, perhaps most importantly, extend the texts throughout their classrooms. For teachers of Pre-K to first grade.
COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY:
Although we make every effort to maintain the published schedule of classes, events such as insufficient enrollment, instructor illness, room conflicts or inclement weather may require a schedule adjustment or cancellation. We will notify registrants of any change in the published information.
Due to the high demand for courses, registrations are considered final 15 working days before class starts. No refunds will be issued after this date and credits will not be given for future classes. No refunds will be granted for participants who miss a portion of a program. Refund requests before the deadline must be made in writing to email@example.com. A 10 percent processing fee will subtracted from all refunds. Checks submitted to Rice University for payment may be converted into an electronic funds transfer from your account.
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To ensure the safety of children under the age of 18, minors are not allowed in professional development sessions or to be left unattended on the premises. School Literacy and Culture does not provide childcare or accommodations.
ACCESSIBILITY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES:
Rice University is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to the educational environment. Rice’s Disability Support Services supports and implements federal guidelines included in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you have a documented disability that may affect academic performance, you should take the following steps:
1. Provide documentation for the file in Rice University’s Disability Support Services Office (Allen Center, Room 111; 713-348-5841; firstname.lastname@example.org). For documentation guidelines and forms, visit www.dss.rice.edu and click on “Student Information”.
2. Inform the program coordinator in the Glasscock School, preferably at least 10 days in advance of the first day of class. Call 713-348-5333 or email email@example.com to be connected with the program coordinator associated with your class.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 4 to 6 p.m.
If you have questions about this event, contact:
Emily Merriweather - firstname.lastname@example.org 713-348-5333
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