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WLU Literacies for All Summer Institute - Previous Revision

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The Literacies for All Summer Institute is a forum in which progressive educators collaborate and explore the many ways in which we support learners as they inquire, think, engage, investigate, interrogate, and act within and upon their worlds.

Learn More in the Summer Institute Preview and Program!

NOTE:  This year the Summer Institute is held in conjunction with the Reading Miscue Analysis Conference.

Keynote Speakers:

  • H. Gerald Campano, Associate Professor and Chair, Reading/Writing/Literacy, University of Pennsylvania
  • Chris Soentpiet, children's author and illustrator
  • Lester Laminack, author and consultant

Hofstra University is where all Summer Institute activities will take place with several options for transportation and housing available.

Professional Development Certificate is available for 20 PD hours for full attendance.  Additional hours may be earned for the Preconference Workshop and Miscue Analysis Conference.

 

Preconference Workshop

Thursday, July 18: 11:45 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Responses to the Corporate Takeover of Public Education:
Stories of Agency and Actions

$65.00 (lunch included)

The intent of this year's preconference workshop is to present stories of agency and action that are inspirational for all those struggling against corporate-driven public education policies.The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to hear directly from students, teachers, parents, union organizers, administrators, and community activists about the problems facing their schools/classrooms and the strategies being employed to respond. 

 

Friday Luncheon

Denny TaylorJuly 19: 1:00– 2:15 p.m.   In Recognition of Denny Taylor

$22.00 (tickets required)

Denny Taylor is Professor of Literacy Studies at Hofstra University.  She has been engaged in ethnographic literacy research since 1977 with her landmark study of family literacy.  She has nine books and numerous articles and chapters on literacy in family, school and community settings.  She has won many awards and was inducted into the Reading Hall of Fame in 2004.  Dr. Taylor’s current transdisciplinary research focuses on the human impact on global Earth systems and the impact of catastrophic events on the lives of children.  Her field work includes research in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.  Her recent articles and presentations are available at DennyTaylor.com.

We welcome all conference participants to join us as Denny’s students, colleagues, and friends celebrate her contributions to the field of literacy and the lives of learners, families and teachers.

 

Reading Miscue Analysis Conference

Held in conjunction with the Literacies for All Summer Institute
(separate registration required)

July 15–17, 2013 – 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Hofstra University Hagedorn Hall

The Reading Miscue Analysis Conference brings educators together to explore miscue analysis as an approach to understanding the reading process, evaluating readers, and providing classroom literacy support.  This small, focused conference provides invites conversations among participants.

Miscue Conference Calendar

For information regarding professional development registration, call the Office of Professional Development at (516) 463-5750 or visit Office of Professional Development.

For information about the Miscue Conference, contact Debra Goodman or Alan Flurkey

 

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