Refreshing the Read Aloud (3rd - 6th Classes) - 20LCSP39

Refreshing the Read Aloud (3rd - 6th Classes) - 20LCSP39

The Read Aloud continues to be one of the most powerful and effective teaching methodologies in the hands of the primary teacher.

Join Clara Fiorentini of Marino Institute of Education for an exciting webinar on role of the read aloud in the primary classroom. This webinar will explore and share a wealth of effective strategies for busy teachers seeking to enhance and extend literacy and language development through purposeful read aloud practices.

Clara Maria Fiorentini is a lecturer in education at Marino Institute of Education specialising in English Methods and Early Childhood Education. Prior to joining MIE, Clara taught for eleven years in Dominican Primary School, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin throughout which time she developed a keen interest in literacy development and playful pedagogy. Clara completed a Masters in Children’s Literature at DCU and is currently a PhD candidate at Trinity College Dublin and is researching early literacy development and transitions to formal literacy learning. The face behind the popular Irish teaching blog, Clara is also an executive committee member of the Literacy Association of Ireland and is co-author of Ireland’s first multisensory phonics programme, Sounds Like Phonics (CJ Fallon, 2019). Book online at and a webinar link will be emailed to you on the morning of the webinar. Please check your SPAM folder if you do not receive the link in your inbox.

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Course Details

Course Date 04-03-2021 7:00 pm
Course End Date 04-03-2021 8:00 pm
Cut off date 03-03-2021 9:00 pm
Facilitator Clara Maria Fiorentini
Select Hours 1
Location Live Webinar - Online



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