K-12 Literacy Conference

S2023, Workshop 12 – Early Literacy Matters: Exploring the Heart Work of Read Alouds to Nurture Our Youngest Community of Learners

JoEllen McCarthy

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JoEllen McCarthy is one of The Educator Collaborative’s Book Ambassadors.  She is a veteran educator and popular literacy consultant, working with educators across the country on developing more child-centered, joyful, reading and writing instruction. She is author of Layers of Learning on the power of read alouds to connect hearts and minds. Read her full bio and request their professional development and speaking services are our website. Find JoEllen on twitter @joellenmccarthy and on instagram joellen_mccarthy (include “_”).

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