Capstone Project Title
Patty Born Selly
The research question addressed by this project is What teaching strategies are recommended for early childhood teachers to implement into their practice to support all students’ communication skill development? The purpose of this exploration is to identify effective strategies for early childhood classroom teachers to reference and utilize when supporting their student’s communication skills. This project reviews studies conducted by well-known researchers in the field of childhood development and references professionals within the field of Speech and Language Pathology in order to create a digital resource compiling receptive and expressive communication strategies to be used with early childhood students. The research focuses on language acquisition, receptive language and expressive language. To encourage early childhood teachers to support their students’ communication skills within the classroom, the capstone project is a compilation of the strategies gathered as a result of the research into the form of a website including pictures and videos describing how to effectively use each of the communication strategies.
Early Childhood, Teachers/ Teaching
Creger, Emma, "Supporting Early Childhood Students’ Communication Skills Within The Classroom" (2019). School of Education Student Capstone Projects. 319.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects