Fifth Annual Adolescent Literacy Conference June 7-9, 2010

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Literacy instruction is the key to increasing student achievement and graduation rates in our schools.
Since 2006, the Adolescent Literacy Conference has provided the opportunity for content area teachers (grades 4-12) to improve their knowledge base of content literacy acquisition. Educators will develop plans for 2010 fall implementation, and interaction between and among participants and facilitators on adolescent literacy issues is emphasized at this conference. National presentersJim Burke, an English teacher, author, and senior consultant to the Holt McDougal Literature program; Tim Shanahan, professor of urban education at the University of Illinois and director of the Center for Literacy; and Stephanie Quinlan, a mathematics teacher at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis and a winner of the 2003 AASL Collaborative School Library Media Award; will guide Indiana educators as they share possible solutions and strategies to make literacy acquisition possible for students. Main presentations will take place in theIndianapolis Civic Theatre in Marian Hall; breakout sessions will be in classrooms throughout Marian Hall.  More information and registration is available online; contactNancy Meyer-Brown at or 317.698.8161.

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