Building Literacy: Using Independent Reading to Create a Community of Thoughtful Readers

Tue, 05/08/2012 - 9:30am - 12:00pm
Training is Free


United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania
1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Web Based or In-Person: 
In Person Training
Target Audience: 
Direct Service Workers (e.g., Instructors)
Mid-Level Administrators (e.g., Coordinators, Managers)
Age/Population Emphasis: 
K-5 (elementary)
6-8 (middle school)
9-12 (high school)
Training Description: 

In this workshop, participants will learn the necessary steps to establish independent reading in Out-of-School Time programs. Participants will also practice creating lesson plans that emphasize reading, and gain resources to establish reading libraries in their programs.

Staff Competency: 
Activities, Content, and Curriculum
Registration Method: 
"Other" Registration Information: 

This series counts for Act 48 and PQAS Credits. Certificates and training credits will only be distributed at the end of the series to individuals who have successfully completed all workshops in the series. For more information please contact United Way's Community Impact Training Institute (CITI) at: or 215-665-2660.