Wisconsin State Reading Association
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"The outstanding work demonstrated by the Wisconsin State Reading Association exemplifies your dedication to empowering educators in your state." ILA Council Advisory Team
Click here to register for The Power of Teachers and Students Learning Together institute
First Institute in the “How Students Learn: Understanding the Complexities of Teaching and Learning Together” Series
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Holiday Inn | Pewaukee, WI
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (registration at 8:30 AM)
WSRA is pleased to announce a professional learning opportunity that will provide a glimpse into three Wisconsin classrooms where expert educators are not only facilitating significant academic gains for all students but also positively impacting students' social and emotional health. Sarah Helmer (kindergarten teacher in Muskego-Norway), Merry Komar (multi-age grade 2/3 teacher, Waukesha), and Laurie McCarthy (multi-age grade 1/2 teacher, Muskego-Norway) together with their coach and reading specialist, Kathy Champeau, will use student work samples, video footage, and data about learning to demonstrate:
Looking for interesting videos? Look no more! It is on the Wisconsin State Reading Association's YouTube Channel. If you are interested in ordering The Power of Reading to Your Child DVD click here for a PDF order form The DVD comes in English, Spanish and Hmong languages. The form is a fillable PDF. Please print and mail it. Enjoy! Click here to check out the PI34 video.
Wired Wednesday Webinars for the Wisconsin State Reading Association and Illinois Reading Council members:
Each of the 2015-2016 Wired Wednesday Webinars speakers will bring a focus on culturally responsive practices to light. Each webinar is recorded and archived for WSRA and IRC members at Resources > Redbook > Webinars. Join today to the enrich your knowledge and enhance your instructional practices. Click on the date to register for the GoToWebinar. 1 optional graduate credit available through Concordia University at a cost of $175.00. To register and pay for the credit, please email email@example.com. Credits will be transcripted in Spring 2016. Click here to download the 2015-16 Wired Wednesday Webinar flyer.
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The Wisconsin State Reading Association provides leadership, advocacy, and professional learning for the implementation of effective literacy practices, recognizing the complex nature of literacy and engaging students to apply their literacies in meaningful ways in a changing world.
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