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NCTE17: From Book Love to Book Action

One of my favorite things about #NCTE17 was having the opportunity to present alongside my good friends and Heinemann Fellows colleagues, Kate Flowers and Anna Osborn. Session description:

This workshop is for teachers who have decided to implement independent reading and want to extend their practice. Here, teachers share strategies, materials, and resources for creating whole-class and independent reading experiences designed for transfer; building text complexity for young men of color; and using authentic accountability to create a transformative reading experience for diverse students.

Click HERE to view the slides from our presentation.

NOTE: Permission to use with written request (send us an email!) and proper citation – thank you!

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