The 2015 Michigan Reading Association Conference to be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Top Quote The 2015 Michigan Reading Association Conference will offer exciting workshops, sessions, conferences, exhibits, and opportunity to network with more than 3000 talented peers of the literary world. End Quote
  • Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, MI (1888PressRelease) March 12, 2015 - The 2015 Michigan Reading Association Conference is stated as one of the biggest events for developing strategic relationships with leaders, authors, educators, and illustrators of the literary community. The much-awaited conference is going to be held in the city of Grand Rapids- the second-largest city in the U.S. As with all its conferences, this year's conference will offer an exciting opportunity to engage with the brightest minds. The conference will be from the 27th to 30th March.

    The event attracts over 3000 peers of the literary world every year. Following the success of MRA 2014, this year's conference will give a huge opportunity to illustrators, educators, authors, and publishers to engage in the best conversations with the industry leaders. Spread over three days, this year the attendees will have an access to thought-provoking sessions, educational exhibits, and several breakout sessions allowing members to expand their own learning, build critical thinking, and efficiently market k-12 materials. It has become a prominent base to promote independent writers and readers.

    At the 59th Annual MRA conference, you can attend keynotes from talented presenters such as Donalyn Miller, Christopher Paul Curtis, TED Talks- Malcolm London, Peter Brown, Nell Duke, Jan Richardson, Georgia Heard, Alan Sitomer, Michael Cirelli, and more.

    It will give the opportunity to participate in insightful sessions and conferences on topics ranging from:
    Writing with Pictures
    Powerful Literacy Instruction: Strategies for Meeting Common Core Standards
    Reading and Writing: You Can't Have One Without the Other
    Using Digital Bins to Teach Text Evidence and Literary Elements
    Finding the Right Texts for Project-based Instruction

    About Michigan Reading Association
    MRA is one of the largest reading associations in the Midwest and has over three thousand members. The association helps educators to network with the like-minded members sharing similar passion and commitment for promoting literacy. It gives frequent opportunities to mingle with local reading councils, authors, and illustrators and also connect with the international reading association. Dedicated to serving the needs of the literary community, MRA aims to enhance the standards of teaching and learning.

    About CBE
    The Combined Book Exhibit is a well-known and established book marketing resource that allows publishers, librarians, educators, book authors to showcase their present and upcoming work at the biggest trade shows, exhibitions, conferences, and book fairs across the country and around the world. With over 75 years of experience in the publishing industry, CBE has succeeded in helping its vast number of members to gain valuable exposure in the publishing community.

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