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Measuring Our Impact: What Did Our Attendees Think of Our Conference?


Language and Literacy Spectrum Volume 27, Number 1,


Peers evaluated conference presentations at an annual conference that is sponsored by two professional organizations of literacy educators in one geographic location in New York State. Conference sessions dealt with innovations and programs in schools that encouraged literacy learning. Comments from conference attendees indicated that the presenters seemed to be empowered by the ideas and strategies they were disseminating and the conference attendees themselves were inspired to try innovative uses of new technologies and other means of supporting language and literacy development in their own classrooms. All presentations were congruent with the then current New York State Common Core Learning Standards, which the presenters and their audiences felt were powerful for literacy learners in their schools.


Kramer-Vida, L. & Meier, K. (2017). Measuring Our Impact: What Did Our Attendees Think of Our Conference?. Language and Literacy Spectrum, 27(1),. Retrieved March 27, 2023 from .

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