Included at WSRA Conference 2022:

  ~ Children's Writing Festival: Writing for Heart, Body, and Soul ~ 

                       New way to register. Click Here for Children's Writing Festival Only. 

Saturday, February 5 ~ 8:15 am - 12:25 pm

WRITING FOR HEART, BODY, AND SOUL Writing Workshop and Meet the Author

Each participant will attend the Keynote Speaker session with Pat Zietlow Miller, a meet the author breakout session with either SD Nelson or Dan Santat at 9:30, a choice of workshop with Georgia Heard working on Heart Maps or with Amanda Zieba working on Graphic Novels at 10:45 and concluding with a book signing event at 11:45. Each participant will have the opportunity to choose a free book by one of our participating authors

 

Apply to be an Exhibitor at the WSRA 2022 Conference!

Click HERE to see a list of 2022 Exhibitors.

The Art of Literacy: Weaving Tapestries of Heart, Body, and Soul

Register HERE for WSRA 2022 Conference!

Check out the program HERE.

See videos of our speakers here.

 

Check out January's video with Gayle Luebke, WSRA 2022 Conference Chair, and a Children's Writing Workshop video with Amanda Zieba!

   

 

Mission Statement

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.

Beliefs

Expertise Matters!

Research Grounds Us!

Literacy is a complex process requiring a comprehensive approach and a mindset shift. 

Goals

Professional Development:
Promote professional growth opportunities for educators, administrators, families, and community members.

Communication:
Provide leadership in addressing issues and trends in reading and communication arts to inform educators, administrators, families, and
community members.

Partnership:
Create partnerships that foster literacy in the home, school, community, and workplace.

Membership:
Develop and strengthen an active and diverse membership.

Advocacy:
Develop tools, strategies and interest to motivate WSRA members to engage in advocacy efforts to improve research, policy and practices
for literacy programs that best serve students, families and educators.

Research:
Promote and disseminate research findings that will strengthen and support the best practices for instruction and assessment in reading
and the communication arts.


 Reading Councils are getting their programs set for the year! Check out the WSRA Calendar.  

 


 

WSRA Values YOU!

Register for events on the WSRA calendar.