Upcoming events categorized as: Conference
Proposals for the 2018-2019 Conference on Children's Literature will be accepted July 1-Oct. 1.
Joy and Creativity with our Youngest Writers: Crafting Narratives and Informational Writing about the World (K-2)
Participants in this workshop will learn creative, research-based strategies for teaching GSE Writing standards for narrative and informational writing.
Connect with fellow UGA colleagues and share your research projects at the College of Education's annual Research Conference.
This annual conference is hosted by the Journal of Language and Literacy Education, a student-run, peer-reviewed, open-access journal housed in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Georgia.
Inspiring Interdisciplinary Projects: Teacher Travel Journals and the Cool Work They Can Do in the Classroom (K-12)
Do you wish you could bring the local/regional/national/international world into the classroom to engage your students? Participants will learn how to write about their own travels using travel journals.
In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop at the University of Georgia, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will learn, develop, reflect and get ideas for establishing positive relationships with working-class and poor families.
Creating Interactive and Multigenre Stories: Using Images and Technology to Enrich Students' Writing (K-12)
Participants will craft interactive and multi-genre narratives together and create plans for bringing this approach into the classroom.
This year's conference celebrates our 50th anniversary and welcomes keynote speakers Kwame Alexander, Erin Entrada Kelly, Aisha Saeed, Alan Gratz, and Ben Clanton.
In this workshop, you will learn new ways of bringing daily writing practices into the classroom that inspire and empower youth writers.