Reading in the City



THE GIVEAWAY CONCEPT RAFFLE ITEM PREVIEW DIGITAL RESOURCES
(for registered participants)

Registration Has Ended – Raffle Winners are being notified!

Reading in the City 2022 is happening… it’s a gift to you!

The landscape of educational conferences has rapidly evolved over the last few years, and the push to learn virtually has only increased. With this push has come a tidal wave of online offerings, and we understand many of our parents and teachers have become a bit saturated with all-day, online learning. Although we love hosting 400+ members of our community in Denver each spring, the times we are in seem to call for something different.
For this and many other reasons, we at the IDA-RMB have asked our fellow warriors in the literacy and learning space to join together and provide gifts to you! Businesses are offering books, spots in their summer trainings, decodable books, downloadable games, webinars, their favorite online resources, and more…
For the cost of a lunch out, you will be able to enter raffles for physical prizes and training workshops, and also click links to download free resources, which will be available through the end of May 2022. No food provided though 😉
 
IDA Members*: $20
Non-Members: $40

*Only paying members of the IDA qualify for the event discount. Please make sure you have your membership number ready when registering. If you renewed your membership or joined IDA after March 31, 2022, please email us at ida_rmb@yahoo.com BEFORE REGISTERING as your membership number will not be in our registration system.


If you are a business or organization looking to support Reading in the City 2022, please email us at ida_rmb@yahoo.com

All sponsors must be aligned with the IDA Knowledge and Practice Standards or an IDA Accredited Program.


 A HUGE THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 DIGITAL GIVEAWAY SPONSORS

 


“Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child.”

—MARYANNE WOLF, Director, Center for Reading and Language Research, Tufts University

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