Literacy at the National Conference
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If there is one skill that makes learning possible, its literacy. Its not just the responsibility of classroom teachers to teach this skill. All of us in this field, but especially those of us involved in summer learning, have a responsibility to keep kids reading so they can keep learning both when the school bell rings and long after they graduate.
The National Conference on Afterschool and Summer Learning is coming up on October 24, 25, and 26, and we’re proud to feature these three sessions on literacy where you can learn how successful out-of-school time organizations make learning about reading and writing fun!
Register for the conference today so you don’t miss out.
Program Practices to Provide Equitable Summer Opportunities for Children
Karen Colville, Save the Children, Fort Collins, CO
Tuesday, October 25, 10:15 AM
In this session, participants will be provided with low-cost, high-impact practices on literacy components, health and nutrition, team-building and more from Save the Children partner schools in rural communities.
REAL Kids Make REAL Progress in Literacy-Based Summer Learning Program
Sean O’Connor and Andrew Waters, Harlem RBI, New York, NY
Wednesday, October 26, 12:00 PM
Harlem RBI’s innovative REAL Kids Summer and After-School Program serves youth in East Harlem and South Bronx, NYC from kindergarten to fifth grade. Last year, 99% of children that attended REAL Kids avoided summer learning loss and had a great time! Find out how the youth they serve play, learn and grow with incredible success.
Building Self-Esteem with Storytelling, Writing and Rapping!
Meredith Scott Lynn and Julia Gabor, WRiTE BRAiN BOOKS, Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, October 26, 10:15 AM
Self-expression by way of storytelling, journalism and rapping is a powerful avenue for increasing the self-esteem of young people while learning vital literacy skills. This lively session will teach you how to inspire kids to find and explore their “own voice.”
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