K-12 Literacy Conference

F2023, Workshop 3 – Building Social & Emotional Literacies Within The Genre Of Welcoming Literature – Centering Picture Books That Tell Modern Multiracial & Multicultural Stories Of Immigration

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Sarah Norsworthy (TheEdCollab 2021-2023 Associate Cohort), is a multi-age classroom educator, consultant, and doctoral student. She works to use community and choice as a foundation for deep learning and responsive instruction for all students. You can find her on X (formerly) Twitter at @SarahNorsworth3.

Kirsten Cappy is the Executive Director of I’m Your Neighbor Books, a nonprofit organization which facilitates deep engagement with the children’s books that represent our Immigrant and New Generation communities througgh curating, loaning, and gifting diverse titles with educational materials. Find them on X (formerly Twitter) @imyrneighborbks.

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