This summer, New Haven Reads is hosting an online lecture series called “Language and Learning.” This lecture series is free and open to the public, with the goal of enriching our collective understanding of critical and intersectional issues in education and literacy.
These lectures range in topics from reading instruction for diverse learners, to the role of identity and culture in education, to the importance of libraries and public spaces to education and literacy.
The next three lectures are listed below. You can learn more and register by clicking the links. All events are 45 minutes long. After you register, you will receive a Zoom link to access the lecture.
August 1st, 4 pm
Dr. Dave Braze
Haskins Lab, University of Connecticut
“Parts of Language – Foundations of Reading”
Register here: Summer Lecture Series: Dr. Dave Braze
August 8th, 4 pm
“Diagnosis Dyslexia: Now What? Misperceptions of Dyslexia”
Register here: Summer Lecture Series: Wendy North
August 15th, 4 pm
Yale School of Architecture
“Planned Inequality: The Right to Public Space in New Haven”
Register here: Summer Lecture Series: Alan Plattus
Explore the full lecture series, taking place on Saturdays throughout July and August, on the New Haven Reads program calendar.
(To learn more about how to use Zoom, click here.)
New Haven Reads is a free community book bank and literacy tutoring program.