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Our mission is to promote and advocate for equitable access to literacies for individuals of all ages and diverse communities as a basic human right.

NSLA Fall 2023 Virtual Speaker - Cornelius Minor

  • 11/02/2023
  • 6:00 PM
  • 11/04/2023
  • 7:00 PM
  • Virtual Meetings


  • Must be an Active Member of NSLA. Log In to access this registration.
  • Must be enrolled in an undergraduate teacher certification program. Log in to access this registration.
  • This includes an NSLA Membership. You can watch live, view the recording, and receive any handouts. You will receive access to the memberships pages and discounts for any future events.
  • NSLA invited guests. You must have a registration code in order to register.
  • You are registering for Cornelius for a reduced rate because you either attended the Summer Insititute or the Fall Book Study.

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Fall 2023 Virtual Speaker 

Cornelius Minor

Thursday, November 2, 2023

6:00 - 7:00 pm (Central)

Join other literacy teachers and leaders as they attend this event. 

Register for the Fall 2023 Virtual Session focusing on:

Classroom Culture: Creating Supportive Opportunities for Effective Student Collaboration, Talk, Engagement, and Struggle

A Zoom link will be sent out prior to the session. You can choose to attend the virtual session or watch the recording of the session at a later time.

    Cost - Cornelius Minor - Fall 2023 Virtual Session

    • NSLA Members - $20.00
    • NSLA Student Members - Free - To Become a Member join as a undergraduate student for $20.00 or contact your Literacy Professor for a coupon code for a free student membership.
    • Non-members - $60.00 - Includes a one year membership to NSLA with all member benefits - access to member only resources and reduced registration cost for future events. 

      Non-members - Take time to join NSLA now so you can attend
      at a reduced rate.

      If a district must use a purchase order an additional $5.00 per registrant will be charged.

      Cornelius will be doing two virtual events for NSLA

      (Fall 2023 and Spring 2024) with the theme:

      Sharpening Instructional Practice in the Humanities Classroom (ELA & Social Studies) for Elementary and Early Middle School Teachers

      By exploring the essential question; “What are the specific classroom conditions necessary to optimize student growth in this context?”, the Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 sessions are designed to support educators as they build structures that allow for inquiry, curiosity, comprehension, decision making, critical thinking, problem solving, analysis, and JOY. The goal of these sessions is to measurably impact student work, discussion, and engagement. Educators will leave with skills to initiate and sustain this work and the tools to continue it. We cannot “PD” a solution to the social conditions that lead to inequity, but we can understand them and build systems to ensure that children learn powerfully when they are in our classrooms.

      Watch for Registration for Cornelius's Spring 2024 Virtual Session:

      The Recipe: Lesson Planning, Resource Acquisition, Lesson Preparation, Lesson Execution

      If you have any questions about registering, contact

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