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K-12 Virtual Literacy Symposium
      Thursday November 12, 2020       
Prioritizing Evidence-based Practice in Uncertain Times

 Savvas Learning Company in Collaboration with The Highlander Institute and The HILL for Literacy 
 

Opening Keynote: 

The Elusive Evidence-Base: A focus of low and high academically performing African American males in grades pre K-12 with                author Dr. Alfred Tatum
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9:00 - 9:45

Keynote:                                                                     

Understanding a Culturally Responsive Approach to Critical Literacy with Shawn Rubin and Malika Ali from The Highlander Institute
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10:00 - 10:45

Breakout Session 1: concurrent session                                                         

Science of Reading: An introduction to the Reading Brain with Eleni Steadman and Cara Dellaterra from The HILL For Literacy
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 * Choose one of these sessions. We will be recording all sessions and sending out links to them after the symposium.

11:00 - 11:45*  

Breakout Session 2: concurrent session                                                     

Cultivating Comprehension & Understanding Complex Texts with National Literacy Specialist,Jamil Odom from Savvas Learning Company
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11:00 - 11:45*

Closing Keynote:

Back to Basics: Three Key Principles of Learning for Literacy Instruction in Unusual Times with author María Guadalupe Arreguín
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12:00 - 12:45

 
 
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