WLU is an NCTE Conference made up of whole language support groups and individual professionals interested in developing and implementing whole language in educational institutions. WLU is based on a view of whole language as a dynamic philosophy of education. Learn more by viewing the WLU Beliefs.
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Story Workshop: The Power of Playful Literacy
Date: Sunday, March 24, 2013
Time: 7:00-8:00 p.m. EST
Presenter: Susan MacKay, director of the Museum Center for Learning, Portland Children's Museum
Join us for "Story Workshop: The Power of Playful Literacy" where presenter Susan MacKay will discuss the pillars of Story Workshop illustrated by student and teacher work documenting the process. This Web seminar is FREE and sponsored by WLU.
"Authentic Literacy Events and Social Actions: Celebrating Relationships and Partnerships"
July 18-20, 2013 at Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
This year's Summer Institute is intended to be a celebration of a wide variety of authentic literacy events, critical learning experiences, strategies, thinking, acting, and doing with an understanding of the social nature of these events.
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Editor Carol Gilles invites you, your colleagues, students and/or teachers that you know to submit manuscripts for the WLU journal, Talking Points.
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What Whole Language Is Not: Common Myths and Misunderstandings
12 common myths about whole language are dispelled in this Fact Sheet from the Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking (CELT).
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