National Reading Recovery and K-6 Literacy Conference
The National Reading Recovery and K-6 Literacy Conference is the premier K-6 literacy conference in the nation, providing evidence-driven, research-based professional development. 100 sessions, led by nationally-recognized literacy experts, offer an expansive learning experience for K-6 teachers, pre-service educators, University/college faculty, administrators, and other educators.
This conference exceeded my expectations. The speakers were dynamic and full of best practices that I can't wait to implement in my classroom. I learned so much and was motivated by story after story of how strong instruction can change the lives of our students. This is an amazing conference!– 2018 conference attendee
- C.C. Bates, associate professor of literacy education and director, Clemson University Reading Recovery and Early Literacy Training Center
- Lucy Calkins, author, professor and founding director, Teachers College Reading and Writing Project
- Gail Carson Levine, acclaimed children’s author.
Featured speakers are Nell Duke, Jan Richardson, Maria Nichols, Mary Fried, Mary Lose and James Schnug. Preconference Institute sessions with Gay Su Pinnell and Irene Fountas, Adria Klein, Mary Fried, Lisa Pinkerton, Kim Reynolds and Jennifer Layne, Sue Duncan and our Leadership Institute with Cathy Toll.
The discounted registration fee ends on Dec. 15, 2018.
For more information, visit the conference website or call 614-310-7340.