Expertise Matters!


@WSRA2020 received a record number of submitted proposals. Thank you! WSRA will be in touch with the submitters in the month of August. The 2020 Program Committee is hard at work reviewing now.

Think about being a part of the 2020 WSRA Unconference while at Learning Together in Communities of Practice. 
The 2020 WSRA Unconference session is not a session proposal.
It is a session choice for the WSRA 2020 attendees.


Learning Together in Communities of Practice

The theme for the Wisconsin State Reading Association's 2020 conference is "Learning Together in Communities of Practice". The 2020 conference, sessions will be categorized into Communities of Practice (strands), which are intended to engage participants in highly interactive learning experiences.

We especially encourage submissions from educators who have engaged in collaborative efforts to improve their practice. Our hope is that the 2020 conference leverages and honors teacher expertise as we collectively focus on Learning Together in Communities of Practice. 

The 2020 Program Committee will review all of the submitted proposals. The submitters and their listed co-presenters will receive a letter in the US mail in August, 2019. The letter will include a postcard to mail back to WSRA to acknowledge that the letter was received and to accept the role of presenter for 2020. Please be sure to use your home mailing address. Please use your home email address as well. 

Communities of Practice #wsra2020 strands

  1. Emergent Literacy
  2. Middle/Secondary Literacy
  3. Reading: Access for All
  4. Motivation and Engagement
  5. Digital Literacy
  6. Literacy Leadership
  7. Writing

You have come to the right place to submit a manuscript for the WSRA Journal. 

Journal articles are peer reviewed.  Please contact Dr. Easley at [email protected].

Access the PDF of the guidelines HERE