Creating a Classroom Where Readers Flourish
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Creating a Classroom Where Readers Flourish
Presented by: Donalyn Miller
Tuesday, October 08, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Session Location:
Lethbridge - TBD -, Lethbridge, AB
About the Session:

Imagine a classroom where students read 40 books a year, improve their reading ability, and develop a love for books and reading that lasts long after the school year ends. Donalyn Miller shares the classroom conditions and instructional practices that inspire and motivate her middle school students to read and the traditional practices that may inhibit students’ reading. 

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About the Presenter(s):
Donalyn Miller

Donalyn Miller taught upper elementary and middle school students in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and was a finalist for 2011 Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year. In her popular book,The Book WhispererDonalyn reflects on her journey to become a reading teacher and describes how she inspires and motivates her middle school students to read 40 or more books a year. In her latest book,Reading in the WildDonalyn collects responses from 900 adult readers and uses this information to teach lifelong reading habits to her students. Donalyn co-founded the community blog, The Nerdy Book Club and co-hosts the monthly Twitter chat #titletalk. Her articles about teaching and reading have appeared in publications such asEducation Week Teacher,The Reading Teacher,Educational LeadershipandThe Washington PostDonalyn serves as Scholastic Book Fairs’ Manager of Independent Reading and Outreach. 

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