The Literacy Connections Conference is an annual event open to anyone with an interest in literacy education from birth to adulthood. The conference includes professional development sessions on literacy initiatives for early childhood, primary grades, intermediate grades, middle years, adolescent, adulthood and families, as well as community literacy planning and other topics. This year’s theme is “No Bad Days! Returning to the Joy of Teaching.” The keynote speech will be by Jeff Wilhelm, distinguished professor of English education at Boise State University, on “Planning Powerful Instruction: 7 Must-Make Moves of Transformative Teaching and Learning.”
Recommended age: For K-12 educators.
See Maine-Literacy-Connections-Conference-2023 for more details.
Event Sponsor: University of Maine College of Education and Human Development