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A conference to encourage K-12 educators to rethink the notion of what literacy is and how it can best be taught in the digital media age.

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Thursday, May 11 • 09:00 - 16:00
Read the World NOW [TICKETED EVENT]

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With the influx of mobile devices, multimedia websites, e-books, interactive graphics, and social media, there’s no question that literacy is changing. But are we adjusting our pedagogy to adopt and adapt literacy instruction to meet the needs of today’s learner?

This preconference workshop will explore the latest research and trends in digital literacy and investigate new modalities that require students to read beyond the text to comprehend new information. Holding on to what we know about best practice instruction, we’ll rethink reading with images, video, sketchnotes, graphics, AR and VR. Together, we’ll collect exemplars and craft lessons that explicitly teach students to analyze features they may encounter as they read the world. Attendees will leave with a set of digital artifacts to share back at school with colleagues that craft a vision for literacy today.


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Kristin Ziemke

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Ed Collaborative
Author of Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom and Connecting Comprehension and Technology, Kristin is a dynamic educator who pairs best practice instruction with digital tools to transform learning in the classroom and beyond. She is the founder and Managing Director of Ziemke Consulting, LLC, and currently works for the Big Shoulders Fund as a Learning Innovation Specialist. Passionate about technology, literacy and inquiry, and recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator, SXSW speaker, National Board Certified Teacher and... Read More →


Thursday May 11, 2017 09:00 - 16:00
Conference Centre Room 3 High School and Administration Block, Level 4

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