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The nation's premier K-6 literacy conference offers high-quality professional development sessions and information you can use right away!
 

 

 

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Content focuses on all aspects of literacy, with sessions on:

   ► Reading Recovery
   ► Leadership in Literacy
   ► Administrators Institute
   ► K-2 Classroom Literacy
   ► K-6 Classroom Literacy
   ► 3-6 Classroom Literacy
   ► Literacy Coaching
   ► Children's Literature
 

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Conference Location

Greater Columbus Area

Convention Center
400 N. High St.

Columbus, OH 43215

 

Mail Registration Fees to:
RRCNA - National Conference
500 W. Wilson Bridge Rd.

Ste. 250
Worthington, OH 43085

Fax Purchase Orders to:
614-310-7345
 

Questions?

Email the Conference office
or call us at 614-310-7339

 

2015 National Conference

Call for Session Proposals


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2014 National Reading Recovery & K-6 Classroom Literacy Conference

February 1-4, 2014 in Columbus, Ohio

 

Send registration fee payments to:
RRCNA National Conference
500 W. Wilson Bridge Rd., Suite 250
Worthington, OH 43085

2015 National Conference Call for Session Proposals

Register for 2015 Now at a Discount! Offer Good Until July 15.

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY:

The Conference will be held even if there is severe weather. In the event that severe weather conditions or travel advisories during the National Reading Recovery & K-6 Classroom Literacy Conference that may prevent conference registrants from participating in the Conference, no pre-paid registration reimbursements shall be made to registrants, and registrations confirmed through purchase order shall be invoiced without exception. 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY:

Refunds were given if written notice was postmarked by Dec. 15, 2013. Please note that submission of a registration is a commitment to pay if the Conference is held, regardless of weather conditions. No-shows will be invoiced and subject to collections for the full amount. Unpaid registrations (including no-shows) will necessitate barring registration for future Reading Recovery conferences, academies, and institutes sponsored by RRCNA. Refunds will not be given after Dec. 15, 2013. You may transfer your registration to another person if you notify the Registration Office at conference@dpmanagement.net

 


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Getting to Columbus
 

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 - Free shuttle to Polaris Mall on Feb. 3!

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Who should attend?

Reading Recovery professionals • K-6 classroom and ELL teachers
Title I teachers and coordinators • Reading specialists
Literacy coaches and coordinators • Interventionists
Curriculum and language arts specialists • School librarians
Special education professionals • University faculty
School administrators, principals, superintendents, and psychologists


Your Principal, Superintendent, Associate or Assistant Superintendent Could Attend Free!
 


Keynote Speakers


2014 Conference Keynote Speakers


Featured Speakers


Reading Recovery—Sue Duncan • Mary Fried • Lea McGee
Classroom Literacy—Lucy Calkins • Nell Duke • Tanny McGregor

 


Preconference Institutes


February 1, 2014 • 9:00 am-3:30 pm (lunch included)

Classroom Literacy—Matt Glover • Gay Su Pinnell & Irene Fountas
Reading Recovery—C.C. Bates & Maryann McBride • Mary Fried & Lea McGee 

Institutes are full-day courses available with or without the Full Conference for an additional fee. These 1-day workshops are designed to improve, enhance, and extend the quality of your teaching. In-depth, interactive exploration of topics for Reading Recovery professionals and K-6 classroom educators.


 


"In my 47 years of experience teaching, this is by far the very best conference I have had the privilege of attending. You offer so much each year. I continue to learn so much and your speakers are so motivational.”  — Title I teacher