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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Do public library storytimes make a difference in helping children learn to read? Whether or not your funding depends on it, you need to prove that your programs do make a difference. In 2009 the iSchool of the University of Washington was awarded grants to assess the impact of early literacy storytimes in public libraries. One result: Project VIEWS2 launched "Supercharged Storytimes. Where will their experiences take you?
Supercharged storytimes and the VIEWS2 planning tool -- Talking -- Reading -- Singing -- Playing -- Writing -- Self-reflection -- Peer mentoring in the field -- The big picture : incorporating assessment in your storytime practice -- Before you go -- Appendix A. Storytime assessment worksheets -- Appendix B. VIEWS2/Headstart crosswalk -- Appendix C. VPT organized by age.