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 Minnesota Academy of Reading will be hosting the annual MAR Policy Symposium on Zoom on Friday, January 21, 2022 at 4-5PM.
We will be honoring Dr. Lori Helman and her tremendous work and leadership with literacy in Minnesota and beyond. The intended audience will be P-12 educators, P-12 administrators, pre-service educators, higher education faculty and any others interested in literacy.
Please register to receive the Zoom link for the Symposium.
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