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The important thing is not so much that every child should be taught, as that every child should be given the wish to learn.
- John Lubbock

Canadian Association for Research in Early Literacy Post Conference

June 6, 2013

What: Presenting two papers:

  • “Educators’ perceptions of in and out of school literacies: Challenging traditional notions in the 21st Century,” by
    Cynthia Medford-Williams, Lianne Fisher, and Kari-Lynn Winters (Brock University)
  • “Won’t she learn that in kindergarten: Parents and Early Years Teacher’s Perspectives of Emergent and Early Literacy,” by Kari-Lynn Winters, Debra Harwood, and Lianne Fisher

When: June 6, 2013
Where: CAREC Conference, University of Victoria, BC

Read about our paper in coverage by the National Post:

New ideas fuel anxiety as parents expect more from their children and educators,” by Sarah Boesveld. National Post, June 2, 2013.




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