The 2017 Reading Recovery & Early Literacy Learning Conference
Influencing Futures Through Literacy
Thursday April 20th & Friday April 21st, 2017
The CIRR National Conference offers an outstanding professional development experience for teachers, principals and senior administrators interested in expanding common understandings and effective practices to maximize student learning and prevent failure.
Reading Recovery is an evidence-based professional development model designed to ensure that the children who struggle the most with early literacy learning gain the skills they need to access a literate and productive future.
The CIRR National Conference is widely recognized as the country’s premier professional development experience for teachers of early literacy. Sessions are designed to present sound learning theory together with instructional best practices for K–3 teachers, Literacy Consultants and Coaches, Resource, Special Education teachers and Early Childhood Educators.
2017 Conference Details
Thursday April 20th and Friday April 21st, 2017.
Sheraton Parkway Toronto North
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Who Should Attend?
Reading Recovery professionals
K-3 classroom and ELL teachers
Literacy teachers and coordinators
Literacy coaches and coordinators
Curriculum and language arts specialists
Special education professionals
School administrators, principals, superintendents, and psychologists
(Breakfast and Lunch Included)
Full Conference (2 days) = $395.00
1 Day = $235.00
Need a Conference Approval Form for your School Board? Download the 2017 Conference Approval Form Here
Our 2017 Keynote Speakers
Lori Jamison & Sue Duncan will be gracing our main stage.
Read more about their keynote sessions here.
Please fill out our expression of interest form here.