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  • 48th Annual Conference on        Reading and Writing

UPCOMING WORKSHOP:

Motivation Matters: Planning Engaging Literacy Instruction 

Dr. Barbara Marinak

                                     April 13, 2015 (After School Meeting 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm)

                                       April 14, 2015 (Full Day Meeting 9:00 am - 2:00 pm)

 https://www.regonline.com/RLCFullDay

 https://www.regonline.com/RLCAfterSchool


and


Train the Trainer: An Introduction to Dyslexia

April 23, 2015

9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

https://www.regonline.com/RLCDyslexiaTT


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2015-2016 WORKSHOP SERIES

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48TH CONFERENCE ON 

READING AND WRITING



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We are now on Wiki spaces!
Workshop Handouts, Lesson Plans, Thematic Units and a Calendar of Events can be viewed at http://rlcresources.wikispaces.com
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NEWS!
Check out the Article in Lindeneau's Newletter
https://gallery.mailchimp.com/2d0e79aba533acff8abe65f7a/files/LIND_English_JAN_READ_MORE_01.pdf?utm_source=Jan+2015+List&utm_campaign=cbd29bc2b0-Edison+DECEMBER+2014+e-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_6a2c5374b1-cbd29bc2b0-74051557






The Center for Literacy Development is a network created to support professional development initiatives in schools and communities from Pre-K through Grade 12. The Center Members are teachers, supervisors, administrators, coaches, interventionists in public, private, and charter schools.

 We are interested in creating University Partnerships with schools.

The Center provides, presentations, coaching, evaluations, assessment, advice with the design of the literacy curriculum, and courses at school districts for those seeking a certification or degree.

 

On campus, we provide multiple programs throughout the year with outstanding scholars in the field of literacy. Our work is year round and designed to suit the needs of those who work with us. During

2013-2014, we presented 14 conferences. The Rutgers Reading and Writing Conference had 1100 professionals in attendance.      

 

Rutgers Center for Literacy Development

Graduate School of Education

10 Seminary Place

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

848.932.0762


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