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School of Education Hosts Summer Literacy Institute for Teachers [07/17/2017]

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School of Education faculty members Dr. Barbara Purdum-Cassidy (left) and Margaret Thomson are co-founders and co-directors of the Summer Literacy Institute.

Baylor University’s School of Education is hosting 250 teachers for a three-day Summer Literacy Institute at the Foster Campus for Business and Innovation on July 17-19.

The professional development conference features internationally known literacy experts:

Kylene Beers — advisor at Columbia University and previously senior reading researcher at the Comer School Development Program at Yale University, author of “When Kids Can’t Read”
Penny Kittle — teacher and instructor at the University of New Hampshire Summer Literacy Institute, author of “Book Love”
Lester Laminack — professor emeritus, Western Carolina University and author of “Writers ARE Readers”
Linda Rief — teacher and instructor at the University of New Hampshire Summer Literacy Institute, author of “Read Write Teach” and other influential books
Bob Probst — professor emeritus, Georgia State University, author of “Reading Nonfiction” and “Response and Analysis”

Teachers are attending from across Texas and as far away as Ohio, Missouri and Georgia; the conference was sold out by early summer.

For more, read the Baylor Media Communications Post.

For media coverage, please contact Meg Cullar:
Meg_Cullar@baylor.edu   •   254-710-6435

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