Read Alouds that Motivate the SEL for Fragile Early Learners
Presenter: Presenter: Mrs. Scholastica Turner-Moore, M.ED.
Description: Children’s intrinsic reading motivation is reflected in their belief in their competence as readers as well as their enjoyment of reading activities. This presentation will explore a variety of books that can be readily done in an early childhood classroom to address ethnicity, race, gender and SEL.
Bio:Scholastica Turner-Moore has been a passionate educator for nearly 20 years. Scholastica is an outgoing, energetic, and motivating personality who desires to help educators, virtually and in the classroom, transfer theory into practice.
Scholastica has worked at St. James Episcopal School, Neighborhood Centers Head Start, DeVry University, and at the University of Houston-Downtown, English Language Institute. Currently, Scholastica is an adjunct instructor at Texas Southern University, Houston Community College, and Post University.
Scholastica holds an Associates in Applied Science in Child Development, a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Development, a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Reading and completed ABD (all but dissertation) in Curriculum and Instruction at Texas Southern University.