Integrating Promising Practices to Support Early Literacy and Successful Transitions PreK-K
These virtual sessions span two half days and are intended to help preschool and public school educators as they plan ways to support the transitional changes children and families face when moving from Pre-K to kindergarten.
Targeted audience includes early learning coalition and school district staff, public school educators and administrators, public and private preschool teachers and administrators and state and local educational partners.
The Florida Office of Early Learning (OEL) began the Transition to Kindergarten (T2K) initiative in 2017 by providing extensive planning and collaborative opportunities between coalitions and school district staff. The goal and purpose of these collaborative efforts has been to support preschool and public school educators as they plan ways to support the transitional changes children and families face when moving from the preschool to kindergarten settings. Using a four-pillar approach of Ready Child, Ready Family, Ready School, Ready Community, early childhood educators are better able to support this transition and increase children’s early school success.
For questions about CEUs or Certificates of Attendance for the Regional Summits, please contact Hope Colle at the Office of Early Learning email@example.com
- To receive CEUs, attendees must complete the Transition to Kindergarten Summit CEU Survey and register in the DCF Portal. They should have received an email with a link to the survey that included additional CEU information and how to access the DCF Portal.
- For each Summit day attended, 0.4 CEU credits will be awarded with a maximum of 0.8 CEUs allowed.
- The survey and DCF registration must be completed by June 5, 2021.
Agenda-at-a-Glance Day 1 and Day 2
8:30–9:00am Welcome & Introduction of Keynote Speaker
10:15–11:30am Session 1 – Concurrent Breakouts
11:45am–1:00pm Session 2 – Concurrent Breakouts
1:00–1:15pm Wrap Up
This project was supported by the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five Initiative (PDG B-5) Grant Number 90TP0004-01-00 from the Office of Child Care, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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