FOX VALLEY READING COUNCIL

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FVRC Brochure for 2018 - 2019

FVRC 2018 - 2019 Meetings


Thursday, February 21,  2019

Program: Responsive Teaching: Getting to the Heart of Differentiated Instruction presented by Mike Ford

Location TBD

Our understandings of differentiated instruction have continued to evolve especially over the past two decades. We need to rethink original notions of simply doing different things for different students and embrace the idea of using our expertise to respond appropriately to the different needs of different students. Responsive teaching needs to be at the heart of differentiated instruction. This may be especially critical for accelerating the growth of those students most in need of our support. In this presentation, we'll actively explore insights and ideas to make responsive teaching less daunting and more do-able; and why it needs to be front and center in our understandings and practices of differentiated instruction.

April 27, 2019

Program: Spring Community Event: Recycled Reading

Time: 2:00-3:00 pm  

Location: Oshkosh Public Library, Lower Level Conference Room  

 

Fox Valley Reading Council Leadership

Fox Valley Reading Council

President

Lisa

Carns

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FVRC

Treasurer

Jennifer

Klemp

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FVRC

Membership

Maggie

Weisse

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FVRC

Past President

Teri

Rucinsky

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FVRC

Secretary

 

 

 

FVRC

Legislative

 

 

 

  • FVRC is one of 20+, nonprofit local reading councils throughout Wisconsin. Its membership is comprised of reading specialists, librarians, administrators, teachers, professors, and other members of the community who are genuinely concerned with the improvement of reading education and the teaching of life-long literacy.

  • FVRC is an affiliate of the Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA). Our council serves the lower Fox Valley and nearby communities.

Why should you join the Fox Valley Reading Council?

  • FVRC offers many outstanding opportunities to hear professional speakers discuss cutting edge reading issues

  • FVRC members actively promote literacy in the Fox Valley through Parents and Reading Month, Read Across America Activities, and the Young Authors Literacy Contest (co-sponsored by Delta Kappa Gamma)

  • FVRC is affiliated with the Wisconsin State Reading Association

  • FVRC provides an ongoing link for professional networking and growth

  • FVRC promotes sharing of classroom strategies and current professional reading through Teachers as Readers prior to each meeting

Join us. Bring your friends. Become part of an organization dedicated to improving reading education for all. You'll grow as a professional and have a great time in the process!