Welcome to the online home of the Wisconsin State Reading Association!
The Wisconsin State Reading Association provides leadership, advocacy, and professional learning for the implementation of effective research based literacy practices. Our 3,000 member organization is made up of a rich variety of reading teachers and reading specialists, classroom teachers, college professors, and others working to contribute to the education and literacy of all children. Your membership with the WSRA will provide you with access to monthly webinars, the WSRA Journal, Update newsletter, and research to strengthen and support the best practices in literacy instruction. In addition to these online resources, as a member of the Wisconsin State Reading Association you become a part of a diverse community of professionals, forming powerful connections and working together to make a difference. The passion and expertise of our members is nowhere as apparent as our annual convention. Our inspiring conventions allow our members to collaborate and network through dynamic professional learning opportunities surrounding topics of literacy in the 21st century. WSRA works to promote excellence in reading, and it is our hope that you will join us in our mission. Click Membership on the left for information on how to join, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with you.
Wired Wednesday Webinars
The Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA) and the Illinois Reading Council (IRC) are excited to announce a unique collaboration! The 2014-2015 Wired Wednesday Webinars will focus on the Common Core State Standards in Speaking and Listening. See below to register for an institute. If you do register, please attend the webinar. All webinars begin at 7:00 PM. Wired Wednesday Webinars will be exclusive to WSRA and IRC members. Mark your calendars now to take part in this affordable and convenient professional development opportunity! For credit information, contact email@example.com PDF of all Wired Wednesday Webinars. Link for Wired Wednesday Webinars
Say What? Understanding and Achieving the Speaking and Listening Standards
Facilitators: Tamara Maxwell and Kathy Galvin March 21, 2015 8:30 to 3:30 Participants will identify grade-level expectations for speaking and listening, understand how to scaffold instruction, engage students with technology, and use a variety of assessment techniques to support students in their ability to use accountable talk in their collaborative conversations. Link to Wisconsin Education Innovations
If you are interested in ordering The Power of Reading to Your Child DVD click here for a PDF order form and that it comes in English, Spanish and Hmong languages.