This is the third in a series of three modules focused on School Ready Libraries. These modules focus on child development knowledge as a foundation for supporting school readiness. Content and resources are designed to be a support to children’s librarians and highlight the role that you play as a community partner in school readiness. These modules will give you an introduction to child development and ask you to consider how you can incorporate this information in to your work with young children and their families. As you go through Module 3, please take time to reflect on the content, respond to prompted questions and explore resources. Information shared will hopefully give you some new ideas for working with young children and their families and resources to share with your community partners that work with young children.
This training intended for Kentucky Librarians only, credit for early care and education will not be issued.
Content developed by: Mary Howard, Associate Director of Early Childhood Projects, Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky and Krista King-Oaks, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
Sponsor: Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Institute for Museum & Library Sciences
Credit Hours: 3
Target Audience: Librarians