Secondary Literacy Summer Symposium - August 15-16

Douglas Fisher and Leyton Schnellert are coming! Promises to be an amazing two days - a full day keynote with Douglas and then a day of breakouts with dynamic presenters who will focus on practical strategies that teachers can take away with them. Please spread the word far and wide!
Douglas has written over 40+ books with his colleague, Nancy Frey, and they are leaders in the world of adolescent literacy - just for starters they were recognized at the 2016 ILA Conference and their latest collaboration is with John Hattie and Visible Learning.
Leyton is also gaining recognition for his literacy/inclusion/critical thinking work at UBC and has co-authored some great books.
The Summer Symposium will be held at the DoubleTree hotel in Edmonton and is geared to Gr 7-12 teachers across all content areas. 

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