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Welcome to Literacy's Premiere Conference!

February 11-13, 2021 

WSRA 2021 Conference Chair, Michelle Mullen

Raising Our Vo!ces: Empowering All Learners Today To Change the World Tomorrow

PLUS

Saturday, February 13, 2021 
Young VO!CES Festival: Changing the World One Voice at a Time

Bringing together young writers, their families, and educators

Location: Wisconsin Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI

Reasons to Attend WSRA 2021

  1. Enhance your expertise: WSRA's 2-1/2 day conference is chocked full of masterful presenters with takeaways for literacy education across the curriculum. Find ways to find fidelity to what your students need. 
  2. Add to your portfolio and to your professional learning network. 
  3. Network, Engage, Learn: Attend with your colleagues and meet new friends. WSRA's conferences are attended by educators at all levels.
  4. Set your schedule on the conference mobile app. The app provides a way to have the conference program complete with presenters' bios, handouts, room numbers, and notifications in your hand. 
  5. Learn with Other Leaders: WSRA's 2021 conference has the following strands:
    1. Access for all
    2. Comprehension
    3. Critical literacy
    4. Digital literacy
    5. Emergent literacy
    6. Intervention
    7. Inquiry
    8. Literacy leadership
    9. Middle level literacy
    10. Secondary level literacy
    11. Writing instruction
  6. Continue your learning! WSRA's events and publications connect you and others across the years. 

 

February 3-5, 2022 ~ Gayle Luebke, 2022 Conference Chair

February 9-12, 2023

February 8-11, 2024


 PAYMENT for the #wsra21 conference is preferred by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit card.  

POLICIES, TERMS, AND CONDITIONS:
The Wisconsin State Reading Association sponsors conferences and institutes focused on the improvement of literacy instruction. Its institutes are located throughout the state of Wisconsin. WSRA’s policy is to conduct its own conferences and institutes. Periodically, these may be coordinated or sponsored in conjunction with WSRA’s local reading councils or WSRA committees, accredited universities, DPI, CESAs, an other organizations in Wisconsin. WSRA does not promote products.