Expertise Matters

 Literacy excellence requires educators to think, continually learn, and relentlessly strive to recognize and address the needs of all students. As teachers who are readers and writers, we know that we use language to survive and thrive as human beings living together on this planet. We need to shift our mindsets to move forward from superficial notions of individual excellence to collective wisdom and expertise for living full, rich, purposeful lives. When you join WSRA, you’ll be joining the best minds in literacy education. WSRA is where excellence meets excellence. Click here to read more. 

A #wsra19 testimonial: Thank you for organizing this amazing event. As an undergrad and a first timer, I felt so welcomed into educator community. I loved all of my breakout sessions, and I can't wait to start my student teaching with updated research. I am also excited to show all of my professors the authors I met so that they can fangirl with me over how amazing they are. Thank you for this event and all these experiences!

Are you interested in submitting a proposal for #wsra20   #LearningTogether   "Learning Together in Communities of Practice" Feb. 6-8, 2020? The deadline is June 1. Please go to .  Tweet about it on Twitter @WSRAliteracy and @wsra2020 
A sneak peek at the #wsra20 conference presenters is available on the Professional Learning tab

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Expertise Matters! Research Grounds Us! Literacy is a complex process that requires a comprehensive approach 

Find a multitude of professional learning opportunities for developing your literacy expertise at local reading councils from Door County to Delavan! Click the calendar link below to discover locations, dates, and registration information. You will be glad you did!

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