The PaTTAN Literacy Symposium is the foremost literacy professional learning event in the science of literacy. Hollis Scarborough’s Reading Rope (2001) provides the theoretical framework for the symposium. Pre-eminent international, national, state-level presenters and educator implementation teams will share recent research and advances in the science of literacy. Weaving the many strands of literacy into their sessions, presenters will focus on bridging the science to practice gap enabling participants to deepen their literacy knowledge, improve their practice, and return to their literacy work with the knowledge, tools and resources to strengthen student literacy outcomes.
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General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, EL Teachers, Building Principals, Speech Language Pathologists, Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, IU TAC, and Parents