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TPTE Free Virtual Literacy Series

Literacy Series Announcement graphic with series informationPlease join us for our first outreach events of the year! Theory and Practice in Teacher Education’s (TPTE) literacy education team are offering a free virtual literacy series, addressing assessment, phonological awareness, word recognition and encoding. These sessions are open to educators, parents, and policymakers.

 

The series runs on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm – 7:30pm, starting January 12 and ending January 26th.

All sessions will be offered via Zoom and there is no need to register.

Zoom link: tinyurl.com/tpteliteracy

Sessions include:

Session One (Jan 12) – hosted by Zoi Traga-Philippakos, assistant professor of literacy education. This session is for educators and will discuss assessment purposes, and the function of response to intervention.

Session Two (Jan 19) – hosted by Jennifer Jordan and Nora Vines, clinical associate professors of elementary and literacy education. This session is for educators, and will discuss the science of reading: from decoding to encoding.

Session Three (Jan 26) – hosted by Jennifer Jordan and Nora Vines, clinical associate professors of elementary and literacy education. This session is for educators and parents, and will cover developmental word study and tools to promote PA.

Once you have attended a session, please be sure to fill out our feedback form.

Click here to find out more information on our Literacy graduate certificate program.

We look forward to seeing you there!