2022 Speech, Language and Communication Early Years Summit – FREE

Lucretia Berry  •   

I’m delighted to say I’m a featured speaker for the 2022 Speech, Language and
Communication Early Years Summit
. The Summit is FREE to watch until June 5th. You also have the chance to buy the recordings if you want (but it’s completely optional). Click the button for details and signup.

The summit features an international line-up of 24 expert speakers on a wide variety of
Speech and Language topics:

Julia Donaldson (author of the Gruffalo and other much-loved children’s books) – Plays
for Language Development

Ben Faulks (Mr Bloom on the BBC) – Storytelling Secrets

Professor Sam Wass – The Neuroscience of Language Development

Dr. Lucretia Berry – The Hues of You: Giving Children the Language to Discuss

Dr Pam Enderby OBE – Measuring Outcomes of Language Intervention

Dana Kabaila – Restorative Practice for Early Years staff

Ms Ashley Jefferson – The Lost Art of Storytelling

Emma Tunnicliffe – Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)

Caroline England – The Spoken Voice

Dr Holly Storkel – Developmental Language Disorder

Indigo Young – Linguistic Diversity, Dialect and Heritage Language

John Doleman & Fran Beard – Multiagency Working to Support Speech and Language

Judith Torres – The Links between Picture Books, Language and Literacy

Karen Wilding – The Language of Maths in the Early Years

Dr Lynn Williams – PEEPS: Profiles of Early Expressive Phonological Skills

Tera Sumpter – A Cognitive Processing Model for Speech, Language, Literacy &
Executive Functioning

Sheona Gilmour – Strategies for Supporting Multi-lingual Children

Georgina Durrant – Play and Speech, Language and Communication

Kristine Short – Supporting Children who Stutter

Lucy Nathanson – Selective Mutism – Myths and Strategies

Jennifer Ellison – Baby and Toddler Signing

Tessa Weadman – Shared Book Reading

Leanne Jefferson – Learning another Language – with Camembear

Dr Cindy Hovington – Scaffolding Language during Play

Each speaker is an expert in their field and will be sharing some of their very best tips,
ideas and strategies to help you support your children and enrich your professional development. The summit is 100% online – so you can attend in the comfort of your own home, or even the bath! You can watch the videos at your convenience at any time during the summit!

If you’d like to find out more or sign up, just go to Early Years Summit. And I’ll see you at the summit!

Lucretia is a wife, mom of three, and a former college professor, who founded Brownicity with the purpose of making scholarly-informed, antiracism education accessible in order to inspire a culture of true belonging and justice for all. Her 2017 TED Talk,  ‘Children will light up the world if we don’t keep them in the dark’ is well received, as well as her books and courses: