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Supporting Literacy at Home: Parent Workshop

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Facilitator(s): Susan Woo
Date:November 28, 2018
Time:6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Cost:
No charge
Location: Edmonton (Lois Hole Public Library)
17650 69 Ave NW
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Course code: 19-PA-404

Target Audience

Parents of students K to 9

Also Recommended For

K to 9 Teachers

About this learning opportunity

Reading is a foundational skill that all students need to be successful in schools. As students get older, the texts used in all subject areas  become increasingly complex and those who lack literacy skills tend to experience more academic difficulties. This session is intended to be a proactive way for parents to learn about how to support their child(ren) at home by reinforcing literacy skills that help build strategic readers. Topics include how to establish an effective at-home reading program, use technology to support literacy, and learning about community supports available.  EPL will highlight its literacy programs such as Reading Buddies, Reading Circles and Young Reader's’ Choice Award.

This session addresses the TQS competency #1: Fostering Effective Relationships

About the facilitator(s)

Susan Woo has been a teacher for over 20 years. She has her Masters in Educational Leadership and is passionate about literacy and student engagement in the classroom. She served as a curriculum coordinator in Edmonton Public Schools for six years where she supported teachers in all four divisions in the areas of literacy intervention, professional development, and assessment. Susan has taught all subjects in grades 7 to 9, high school English Language Arts, and literacy intervention classes from K-12. She is currently on secondment with the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium and is proud to support teachers in the areas of K-12 Literacy.

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