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Literacy Symposium

Welcome to Literacy Symposium

Literacy Symposium 2019
July 8–9, 2019

Thank you for your interest in the Literacy Symposium, a premier professional development event for connecting research to practice.

Inspired educators lead to inspired learners

This on-demand professional development experience features the latest research in literacy instruction delivered in a simple and affordable online solution. Literacy educators from preK to higher education interested in improving student success in reading and writing are encouraged to attend Literacy Symposium 2019.

Annually, Voyager Sopris Learning® invites the most distinguished speakers to address current topics in the field of literacy. New content is added each year and a library of more than 30 hours of archived webinars is available to the licensed user.

Literacy Symposium 2019 will give educators unparalleled literacy professional developing in one convenient location.

  • Educators who attend will receive a Certificate of Completion for continuing education credits
  • Registration is $139 per person and includes a one-year license to a library of recorded content
  • Year-round access means participants can use all content from the past two years

Who should attend Literacy Symposium 2019?
Literacy educators from preK to higher education interested in improving student success in reading and writing are encouraged to attend.

Literacy Symposium 2019 features

Nationally recognized authors in literacy education, including:

  • Steven Dykstra, Ph.D.
    Understanding research: Become an informed research consumer who digests, understands the science of reading to make better teaching decisions
  • Charles Haynes, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
    Leslie Laud, Ed.D.
    Help students with language-learning disabilities express themselves: Learn about structured, theme-centered strategies for developing sentence-level writing that enable students to write fluently
  • Jane Ashby, Ph.D.
    Reading and the brain: Study the brain basis of reading and the implications of reading research for improving classroom education
  • Melissa Farrell, Ph.D.
    The relationship between listening comprehension and reading comprehension: Although rarely acknowledged, listening is a primary vehicle through which children learn and it is rarely taught. Understanding the reading/listening ratio can help struggling students succeed

Additional speakers and topics are continually added.

Literacy Symposium

Literacy Symposium

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Thank you for your interest in the Literacy Symposium, a premier professional development event for connecting research to practice.


 






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