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Dr. Kelly Burlison and undergraduate student, Sarah Aitchison, attended the Secondary Reading Council of Florida (SRCFL) 2016 Spring Symposium “Real World Literacy” on Saturday April 30th at FAU in Davie. Featured presenters/authors were Kylene Beers and Robert Probst who discussed topics such as “When Kids Can’t Read : What Teachers Can Do” and “Notice & Note: Strategies for Close Reading.” Sarah will be a 2016 Lynn graduate receiving her degree in Elementary Education K-6. 

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As we wrap up this academic year, I just wanted to say thanks to all of you for “going with me” on my research excursions.
But, ….. they aren’t over yet! Next week I will be heading to various territories of the Haudenosaunee people
(Iroquois Confederacy) that span Western Ontario, Canada and upstate New York. Then, from late June through early
August I will be in the Ladakh region of northern India.
Stay tuned for more pictures and stories through the summer!

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