51st Annual Literacy Association of TN Conference

  • December 04, 2022
  • 11:00 AM
  • December 06, 2022
  • 3:45 PM
  • Embassy Suites & Conference Center Murfreesboro, TN

Registration

  • Early bird discounted registration is for current members of LAT and will end on September 15th.
  • Register early and save money when you sign up to attend the LAT conference by September 15th.
  • This ticket option is for current LAT members and includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, Exhibit Hall entry, and access to Tuesday Institute, featuring Wiley Blevins.
  • This ticket option includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, Exhibit Hall entry, and access to Tuesday Institute, featuring Wiley Blevins.
  • This ticket option is for full-time graduate and undergraduate students and includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, Exhibit Hall entry, and access to the Tuesday Institute. Documentation of current enrollment status will be required before registration is complete.
  • This ticket option is for full-time graduate and undergraduate students and includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, Exhibit Hall entry, and access to the Tuesday Institute. Documentation of current enrollment status will be required before registration is complete.
  • This ticket option is for retired TN teachers and includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, and Exhibit Hall entry.
  • This ticket option is for retired TN teachers and includes: All general sessions each day featuring nationally renowned speakers, an Author's luncheon, Book signings, Breakout sessions, Evening Reception, Exhibit Hall entry, and access to the Tuesday Institute, featuring Wiley Blevins.
  • This special ticket price is for current LAT members and does not include admission to the general conference. This ticket is for the Institute on Tuesday, December 7th, from 9:30–3:45 featuring Wiley Blevins only.

    Institute Speaker: Wiley Blevins
    Time:
    9:30–11:45 Institute, Part 1
    11:45–1:15 Lunch (on your own)
    1:15–3:30 Institute, Part 2

    Only those with ticketed registration will be able to attend this Institute.

    Wiley Blevins is an early reading specialist who holds a M. Ed. from Harvard. He taught elementary school in both the United States and South America, and was Director of Special Projects for Scholastic in New York City. Wiley has written and edited many phonics and reading materials, and is the author of Phonics from A-Z and Teaching Phonics and Word Study in the Intermediate Grades. He has also coauthored with Alice Boynton Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction, Nonfiction Passages with Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice, and the Navigating Nonfiction program. He lives in New York City.
  • This special ticket price is for current LAT members and does not include admission to the general conference. This ticket is for the Institute on Tuesday, December 7th, from 9:30–3:45 featuring Wiley Blevins only.

    Institute Speaker: Wiley Blevins
    Time:
    9:30–11:45 Institute, Part 1
    11:45–1:15 Lunch (on your own)
    1:15–3:30 Institute, Part 2

    Only those with ticketed registration will be able to attend this Institute.

    Wiley Blevins is an early reading specialist who holds a M. Ed. from Harvard. He taught elementary school in both the United States and South America, and was Director of Special Projects for Scholastic in New York City. Wiley has written and edited many phonics and reading materials, and is the author of Phonics from A-Z and Teaching Phonics and Word Study in the Intermediate Grades. He has also coauthored with Alice Boynton Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction, Nonfiction Passages with Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice, and the Navigating Nonfiction program. He lives in New York City.

Register

The Literacy Association of Tennessee's 

51st Annual Conference 

will take place in-person 

December 4–6, 2022

at the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro, TN. 

Attendees will enjoy 3 days of networking

 and professional development from 

literacy leaders nationwide!



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