Get Your Virtual Swagger Back
Thank you for attending! Check back next week for information on certificates and a conference highlight video. Missed the conference? Gain access to all conference resources by creating a Cox Campus Membership.
Ready to get your virtual swagger back?
After a long spring and summer of virtual interactions, we’re all feeling a bit drained. Fall back in love with virtual learning as you learn more about Cox Campus, gain access to literacy experts and develop a personalized 2-week learning plan. The event on September 3, 2020 will also include live music, yoga and mindfulness – plus opportunities for introvert and extrovert networking.
Bonus! Everything done during the conference can be easily replicated by attendees. Sit, back and enjoy the experience! Then, join us for the After Show, where we’ll go behind the scenes to share the conference’s inner workings.
Certificates of Attendance and Completion are available. Did we mention it’s all free?!
This Conference is For...
- Early Childhood Educators
- Early Childhood Leaders
- School and District Leaders
- Families with Young Children
- Organizations Supporting Early Child Centers and Families
- K-3 Educators
- Out-of-School Time Educators
- Literacy/Reading Specialists
- Organizations Supporting/Managing Literacy Initiatives
Missed the conference? Gain access to all conference resources by creating a Cox Campus Membership.
Explore More on the Cox Campus:
COVID-19 and the inequities that were evident in schools when we left in March do not have to define the future. Help each child from K-3rd grade close the gap with access to the science of reading – evidence-aligned instruction to advance social justice by meeting, reaching and teaching each child.
Through a series of video-based courses, learn the most important skills, anchored in talking, reading and playing to help support each child’s healthy brain and emotional growth, develop language skills and lay the foundation for reading.
Join a professional learning community of early childhood educators and members of Cox Campus. We come together to share experiences, ask questions and post ideas around language and literacy.