Proposal Title

Project L.I.F.E.

Presenter Classification

UNC student

First two authors are students

Name of business/organization/office/department

Speech-Language Pathology

Name of Instructor and Course

Kim Murza ASLS 682

Description

Project L.I.F.E. (Literacy for Immigrant/Migrant Families Everyday) provides evidence-based emergent literacy and oral language enrichment directly to migrant/immigrant preschoolers while also building family literacy and parental self-efficacy to positively impact migrant/immigrant children’s school readiness. Speech-language pathology graduate students also learn how to provide direct enrichment services and how to coach families. This poster presentation will focus on how this project has evolved since we received funding from the Buell Foundation.

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Oct 29th, 1:00 PM Oct 29th, 2:00 PM

Project L.I.F.E.

Project L.I.F.E. (Literacy for Immigrant/Migrant Families Everyday) provides evidence-based emergent literacy and oral language enrichment directly to migrant/immigrant preschoolers while also building family literacy and parental self-efficacy to positively impact migrant/immigrant children’s school readiness. Speech-language pathology graduate students also learn how to provide direct enrichment services and how to coach families. This poster presentation will focus on how this project has evolved since we received funding from the Buell Foundation.