MCRR 2021 Online Literacy Workshops

Building a Culture of Inclusion Through Literacy

Online workshops: October 5-December 31, 2020 
Take on your own schedule.

$99 general registration
$49 student registration
(CEU's available)


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Keynote Address
The Hows and Whys of Climate Literacy with Dr. Marek Oziewicz
What is climate literacy and why is it so important? We will examine climate literacy as a grassroots movement that has the potential to change our world, with literacy educators at the forefront of climate education. We will discuss what tools we can use and how to begin incorporating climate literacy into your work with students pedagogy. Young people's literature and media are a fertile ground for building a climate literate society, and equipping for inspiring young people with the knowledge they need to adapt to have an impact on a changing future. This talk will present you with both the challenges and the rewards of educating about ecology and climate sustainability through stories and literacy practices.

Online literacy workshops
October 5-December 31

View asynchronous workshops from a range of researchers affiliated with the College of Education and Human Development on their literacy projects and their implications for instruction. Take the workshops on your own schedule on a variety of topics, including:

  • Community supported literacy tutoring
  • Supporting students with characteristics of dyslexia
  • Reading interventions
  • Creating inclusive communities of learners in classrooms
  • Focusing on comprehension and higher order thinking
  • Nature-based learning
  • Using children's literature in the classroom
  • Becoming a more responsive classroom leader