Helen Oakes Literacy Institute Annual Conference – Nov 6
Posted by Children First on November 2, 2021
Helen Oakes was passionate about the students and teachers of Philadelphia. For nineteen years her newsletter framed the conversation around teaching and learning in schools throughout the City.
To honor her legacy, the Helen Oakes Literacy Institute was created to support early childhood literacy in Philadelphia. This year, we’re focusing on equitable access to literacy, culturally responsive pedagogy, and research-driven best practices. Featuring a captivating keynote by Erica Snowden, Director of Equity, Belonging, and Inclusion at Friends Central School, and breakout sessions from Read by 4th, AIM Institute for Research and Learning, Saint Joseph’s University, and Mastery Charter Schools.
Date and Time: Saturday, November 6, 2021, 9:30 am – 1:00 pm (Live virtual programming)
This opportunity will qualify for Act 48 credits and CEU credits.
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