Three Days of Literacy Professional Development in Providence, Rhode Island
Sunday, October 28, 2018 through Tuesday, October 30, 2018
The annual Literacy for All Conference is a leading literacy and Reading Recovery conference in the Northeast. This conference is ideal for reading specialists, literacy coaches, classroom teachers, administrators, interventionists, literacy leaders, administrators, and Reading Recovery teachers.
Choose from a wide range of preschool to middle school sessions by literacy experts, topics include:
- Early Literacy
- Adolescent Literacy
- Children's Literature
- Reader's Workshop
- Guided Reading
- Writer's Workshop
- Spelling and Vocabulary
- Reading Recovery and more
You will earn up to 14.5 professional development hours in literacy teaching.
This conference is organized by Lesley University in collaboration with the University of Connecticut and The University of Maine.
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Literacy for All: Call for Proposals
Read about the Keynote and Featured Speakers joining us at the 2018 Literacy for All Conference.
The Literacy for All Conference offers 100+ workshops for grades PreK-8 on wide range of literacy topics.
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Required texts and speaker handouts for the 2018 Literacy for All Conference.
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