Our peer-reviewed articles cover diverse topics including:
- Interventions to improve preschoolers’ language and literacy skills
- The effectiveness of a large-scale language and preliteracy intervention
- Selecting preschools for children with and without disabilities
- Co-parenting and social-emotional adjustment in toddlers
- Designing effective speech-language interventions for children in public schools
- Socioeconomic differences in code-focused emergent literacy skills
- Review all CCEC research on Google Scholar
- Read one of our recent studies that links therapy intensity with gains in language skills for children with language impairment who are receiving therapy within the public schools. “Algorithm-Driven Dosage Decisions (AD3): Optimizing Treatment for Children With Language Impairment,” is featured in the February 2017, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Our downloadable calculator will help you determine language time instruction.
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Justice, L. M., & Sofka, A. E. (2010). Engaging children with print: Building early literacy skills through quality read-alouds. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Justice, L. M., & Pence, K. (2005). Scaffolding with storybooks: A guide for enhancing young children’s language & literacy achievement.. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.