- Develop keen teen readers — Wellington
Develop keen teen readers — Wellington
Date: Thursday 3 September 2020, 9am to 3pm
Registrations close: Thursday 27 August, 5pm
Location: Programme Rooms, Te Ahumairangi (ground floor), National Library, corner Molesworth and Aitken Streets, Thorndon, Wellington
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn why it's important to keep teens reading for pleasure. Discover ways to nurture their reading enthusiasm, looking particularly at ideas that take a whole-school approach. Explore strategies such as developing your students’ reading identities, book chats, and more.
Who this learning event is for
This is a workshop for intermediate (years 7 and 8) and secondary:
- library staff
- leaders, including literacy leaders.
We encourage schools to register more than one person for this workshop to share learning and help you build a team approach for new initiatives. For example, register your librarians, secondary school teachers of all subjects, and school leaders who're interested in developing their school’s reading culture.
Why attend this event
- Learn, share, and discuss strategies to engage teens in reading.
- Find ways to involve school staff, public libraries, and students to create a culture of reading for pleasure.
- Discover how to broaden teens’ reading opportunities to encompass a range of media, genres, and formats.
What you’ll learn
On this course you will:
- understand the research about, and value of, reading for pleasure
- describe the elements of a reading culture that support and inspire students to become readers
- identify and evaluate strategies for engaging students as readers
- determine ways that you can engage and collaborate with staff and whānau to develop a reading culture.
What you’ll do
- Examine current research, and reflect on your library practice and whole-school reading culture.
- Explore and share practical strategies, books, and resources to support teens’ reading for pleasure.
- Participate in activities that you can use in your school to engage and collaborate with students, staff, and whānau to develop or strengthen a reading culture.
- Learn from other participants and course leaders by sharing ideas and practice.
- Reflect on your learning and develop actions to implement at school.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
Find out more or register
For more information about this learning event, email Alisha Tyson at email@example.com.
Space is limited, so book your spot now. Registrations close 5pm Thursday 27 August.Register now