Best of #ILA15: Did you see these resources?

International Literacy Association 2015 

Did you see all of these resources posted on Twitter this last week? Just one more reason that you all should be on Twitter for the professional resources and connections! (Check out the 30 blue live links!) In the interest of “organizing my files” from #ILA15, here are some resources that you might want to review!

ILA:  The Start of a Literacy Movement

Shiza Shahid – This is her TED talk, not her ILA speech, but well worth your time!

Professor Nana’s  “Summing it Up”

The Best of Twitter Quotes

ILA Literacy Daily:

Pam Allyn’s  “Reading is Like Breathing In; Writing is Like Breathing Out”

“Electric Opening Session Kickstarts ILA 2015 Conference”

“It Starts with You!” 

“Another Conference for the Books” 

“Literacy Conference Panel Weighs Teacher Prep”

Bruce Lansky’s  Poetry Olio Recap  “Saturday Night Live”

Education Week:  “Focus on the Standards without the Words ‘Common Core'”

Teachers for Teachers (Clare Landrigan and Tammy Mulligan):

Slice of Life:  Making Connections Through Laughter

“International Literacy Association 2015 – Be the Change You Want to See in the World!”

Pernille Ripp’s “The Five Truths of Reading”

Heinemann #ILA15 Live Blog

Saturday

Sunday

Katheleen Smith’s Notes from 7/18 at ILA

Miss Miller’s  “Because of ILA: Take Aways and Bring Backs” 

Carol Varsalona’s  “Positively Undone and Renewed”

Professor Nana’s  “What the ‘L’, Part 2”

Vicki Day’s  “Reflecting on #ILA15 – Number 1 Take Away”

and then in case you missed them, my posts about #ILA15:

  1. #ILA15: One Week and Counting
  2. #ILA15 Begins Tomorrow!!!
  3. #ILA15 Begins . . . Reading with Rigor
  4. #ILA15: Pre-Conference Day Learning
  5. #ILA15: Day 1 Treasure Trove
  6. #ILA15: Treasures Continued
  7. #ILA15: Sunday Treasures
  8. #ILA15: Monday Finale
  9. #ILA15 Reprise

Have you added any new blogs to follow?

Will you plan to attend #ILA16 in Boston next July?

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8 responses

  1. Allison Jackson | Reply

    Can’t wait to sit back, relax, and take in all this new learning, Fran. Thanks for compiling the info, especially for those of us learning from afar!

    1. Allison,
      I originally just started a list but as it grew I decided that I needed to share the list! Hope your school prep is going well! And that you do get a few minutes to breathe!

  2. Thank you for this round up, Fran!

  3. Once again you outdid yourself! Thanks -this is a great resource for us to share.
    Clare and Tammy

    1. You are welcome! Two of my most favorite words: resource and share!!!

  4. Wow. I just found your blog. I also attended ILA15. This was my first time (and first time at a large convention like this). I just finished my blog series about it. I’m not looking through your links to see what other people think! Feel free to post my recaps if you want.

    My Bright Blue House

    1. Thanks for linking my posts! I just read all of yours. So much good learning at #ILA15!

    2. I had a typo- I meant to say “I’m now looking through your links”. Oops. One letter changes the meaning so much!

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