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The Reader Organisation’s Shared Reading Practitioner Day 2013

Written by The Reader, 13th February 2013

‘Speaking our own Language’: Shared Reading Practitioner Day 2013
Saturday 20th April, 9.30am-5pm
Liverpool Hope University’s Creative Campus

In building a Reading Revolution, The Reader Organisation is also creating a new and necessary craft, that of Shared Reading Practice. This special event - open to everyone who has completed the Read to Lead course - marks the commitment to developing quality in this field, and brings together shared reading professionals and passionate independents alike to develop their practice through a day of literary thinking and doing.

Book your place to:

-          Improve your practice in workshops led by The Reader Organisation’s expert staff and special guests

-          Learn about the connection between cutting-edge research and your shared reading practice

-          Find out the latest on The Reader Organisation’s Ongoing Learning provision, including new 2013 Masterclasses

-          Have your say on your online support and provision at the Shared Reading Hub stall

-          Be a part of the growing, international, revolutionary Shared Reading community

-          CPD certificates provided

Speakers include:

-          Dr Jane Davis MBE, The Reader Organisation Founder & Director

-          Professor Phil Davis and Dr Josie Billington from CRILS (Centre for Research into Reading, Information & Linguistic Systems) at the University of Liverpool

-          Kate McDonnell, The Reader Organisation’s newly-appointed Quality Practice Manager

Day Delegate Rate: £95 / £55
(discount available for students, pensioners & those currently not in work)

Tickets go on sale on Monday 4th March 2013. Further details will be available on our website.

To Register your interest prior to sale, please email Roisin Hyland:

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