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Elevating Inclusion with Children's Literature

Wednesday, January 13, 2021 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Join us for Elevating Inclusion with Children's Literature, as part of UCF's Literacy Symposium Express series. 

To support the needs of preK-12 educators during this unprecedented time, the UCF Literacy Symposium is offering an express virtual event on Literacy Engagement and Socio-Emotional Learning for educators, parents, literacy friends, and advocates. This series of timely, live, interactive, and virtual professional learning sessions will be offered virtually each month for free to registered participants.

Space is limited, so register to attend

Session Description: Children's literature can lend itself to rich conversations in your school to promote Social-Emotional Learning, especially for those needing extra support with inclusion. (Audience: Grades K-5)

Presenter(s)

Sarah Hall, 2020 Seminole County Public Schools District Teacher of the Year

Melissa Pappas, 2020 Orange County Public Schools District Teacher of the Year

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Contact:

Vicky Zygouris-Coe LitSymposium@ucf.edu

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College of Community Innovation and Education

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Workshop/Conference

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Literacy Symposium literacy development School of Teacher Education Teacher Education