About the Workshop
How can we bring joyous effort into our classroom communities and reap the benefits of engaged literacy learning? How can we make time and space for mediated and responsive literacy? Let’s reflect on what is important and give ourselves time to step back in order to move forward.
Let’s work with such questions as: How can we sustain inspired literacy practices in the classroom? How to find what touches our hearts, tickles our funny bones and inspires us to teach? How do we move our children and our community of learners forward in thoughtful and engaging ways?
Mindful literacy practices recognize the benefits in the reciprocity of thoughtful, intentional and joyful learning. In our time together we will consider these questions and intentions, explore frameworks, literacy practices and language that opens the mind and lifts the learning, increasing deepened engagement and understandings of all students.
Workshop runs August 12, 13, & 14, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Location: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center
EDUC 370/570 section 798, 1 credit OR workshop only
Credit course runs August 12 - 21 (attendance at the workshop is required, and the course project is due August 21)
|Undergraduate 1 credit: