No more talk about learning loss—it only reduces the impact that our expectations have on students’ learning. Instead, what if we talk about learning leaps? What if we identify where students are in their literacy learning and the critical skills that they must learn now to accelerate their performance in the future? And what if we raise our expectations for students rather than lower them?
In this ILA Webinar, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey will discuss some of their biggest priorities as educators make the transition back to face-to-face learning.
ILA Digital Events fees are nonrefundable. ILA reserves the right to make presenter substitutions if necessary due to extenuating circumstances.
Sponsored by Corwin Literacy
|How to Accelerate Literacy Learning: Teaching Beyond the Pandemic - Event||Apr 22, 2021||$44.00|
Social media movements such as #WeNeedDiverseBooks have drawn increased attention to the lack of representation in children’s literature. Publishers heeded the call and classroom libraries grew more inclusive.
At this ILA Intensive, hosted by Dr. Tiffany A. Flowers, we’ll focus on the next step: incorporating culturally relevant and responsive children’s literature in meaningful ways. The event features 20+ authors through a mix of live and asynchronous sessions, panels, conversations, and keynotes. Participants will take away concrete ideas on how to do this important work, instead of simply hearing about why it’s important in the first place.
|ILA Children’s Literature Intensive: Creating a Culturally Responsive Classroom Through Books - Event||May 11, 2021||$99.00|