Join literacy leaders from across the state to discuss "Literacy, Equity, and Joy". Learn ways to apply culturally responsive and anti-racist pedagogy to your literacy instruction and leadership.
Our keynote speakers are:Thursday, September 30-Dr. Gholdy Muhammad, author of Cultivating genius: An equity framework for culturally and historically responsive literacy (PLEASE NOTE: This session will not be recorded. You must attend in real time.)
Tuesday, January 25 and Monday, March 28-Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul author of Stamped (for kids): Racism, anti-racism, and you (May attend in real time or watch the recording at a later date)
Registration: $175.00 (includes all 3 sessions and a year's membership to the Minnesota Reading Association)
The LiRN (Leaders in Reading Network) workshop series for 2021-22 is entitled "Literacy, Equity, and Joy". The first session in September featured the work of Dr. Gholdy Muhammad and the book Cultivating Genius. The next two sessions Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul will build on Dr. Muhammad's equity framework and share practical ideas for implementing culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogy in the classroom. Dr. Cherry-Paul's sessions will be recorded so you may access them in real time or at a time of your choosing.
Registration Fee for both sessions is $116.00