R.E.A.D. Conference (Reading Engagement and Development)

R.E.A.D. 2017
Saturday, March 4
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Mother House and Welcome Center | San Damiano Hall (3rd Floor)
Directions and Parking – closest lots are E and D

$30 per attendee ($10 for full time undergraduate teacher candidates)
Includes keynote presentation, choice of workshops, and 5 PD clock hours

Keynote Presentation by Angie Miller, 2011 New Hampshire Educator of the Year
Equity. Choice. Passion: Reading as an Act of Empowerment

Angie Miller has always been a reader’s reader. A middle and high school librarian in central New Hampshire, she is the 2011 New Hampshire Teacher of the Year, a TED speaker, National Geographic Teacher Fellow, and a freelance writer. After growing up in poverty, she has committed her teaching career to ensuring that all students have equity through literacy. When not in the classroom or library, Angie can usually be found adventuring in other countries, hiking, or immersed in small-farm life with her goats, chickens, turkeys, bees, dogs, husband, and kids.
Register here for R.E.A.D. 2017

Interested in the option to earn graduate credit for R.E.A.D. 2017? Please contact Gina Korczak at gkorczak@stfrancis.edu for syllabus and registration information.
View workshop descriptions HERE

1 – Spotlight Books for Middle Grades (For 6-8 Instructors)
2 – Writer’s Workshop & Mentor Texts for Middle School (For 6-8 Instructors)
3 – Small Group. Big Plans. (For K-2 Instructors)
4 – Anchors Away! Novels as Anchor Texts (For K-8 Instructors/Media Specialists)
5 – Reading Workshop: Why Choice Matters & How to Make It Work (For 5-12 Instructors/Librarians)
6 – 25 Books Every Child Should Read (For K-8 Instructors)
7 – Explicit Vocabulary Instruction: Correlation to Reading Levels and . . . (For 6-12 Instructors)
8 – Reading between the Numbers: Statistical Literacy across the H.S. Curriculum (For 9-12 Instructors)
9 – Language Strategies for Level 4 English Learners (For 3-8 Instructors)
10 – Differentiated Instruction with Common Core Literacy Stations (For K-8 Instructors)
11 – Making Grammar Fun (For 1-5 Instructors)
12 – Multi-sensory Teaching Strategies for Writing (For 1-6 Instructors)

Please contact the REAL office at real@stfrancis.edu or 815-740-3699