Thank you for completing I-LABS Online Module 16.

We are always looking for ways to improve our modules. Your feedback will help guide the development of current and future modules.

Question 1.
Please share one thing that you learned. How will you use your new knowledge?




Question 2.
The brain is not born to read. Spoken language skills serve as the foundation for literacy development. With practice, our brains learn to recognize words, match words with sounds, and associate those words with meaning.


Please evaluate how well this core concept was presented in the module.

This concept was clear and easy to understand.

I will be able to use this information in my work.

This module strengthened my knowledge of this concept.




Question 3.
Children enter kindergarten with a range of pre-literacy skills. It is important for teachers to provide individualized supports and a rich literacy environment for all children.


Please evaluate how well this core concept was presented in the module.

This concept was clear and easy to understand.

I will be able to use this information in my work.

This module strengthened my knowledge of this concept.




Question 4.
Some people have more difficulty learning to read than others. But this does not mean that they won’t ever learn how or that they are less intelligent. Many different factors contribute to a child’s pre-literacy skills.


Please evaluate how well this core concept was presented in the module.

This concept was clear and easy to understand.

I will be able to use this information in my work.

This module strengthened my knowledge of this concept.



Question 5.
What is your role? Check all that apply.



Question 6.
If you provide trainings, would you be interested in incorporating these modules into your program? If so, please describe how you would or have already incorporated these materials.



Question 7.
How long have you worked in the field?



Question 8.
What's the highest level of education you have completed?



Question 9.
If you would be willing to participate in a short follow-up survey, please provide your email address below.



Question 10.
Do you have any additional comments? Your feedback will help us improve this module and future modules.

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