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Beliefs, Actions, and Goals


Presenters: Steve Scherer and Patrick Booth (The Impact of Leadership)

Description: We all want to succeed, but how do we get the results we need? This session gives practical insights for leaders who want to grow themselves and their teams. 


Setting Boundaries in Trauma-Informed Care Part 1

Presenter: Andrea Grosskurth (Children’s Wisconsin)

Description: Zone of Helpfulness: How Professional Boundaries Help both You and Your Learners. In this training, you will learn how to set healthy boundaries and why they’re important, both for you and for the people you’re serving. The goal of this session is to gain confidence in setting effective boundaries.


ELL on Dairy Farms

Panel Discussion: Wisconsin Literacy Members and UW-Madison Division of Extension

Description: Tutors and instructors who teach dairy workers both on and off the farms will share their experiences and lessons learned. Division of Extension will share resources to support dairy workers.



Wisconsin Literacy’s Annual Meeting


Digital Literacy in ELL: Lessons Learned

Panel Discussion: Wisconsin Literacy Members

Description: Three agencies share how they got started providing digital literacy programming, resources they use, and what they’ve learned so far.


Using TABE Online

Presenters: Amy Schmelzer (Ozaukee County Literacy Council), Maria Madrigal (UMOS) and Marsha Connet (Wisconsin Literacy)

Description: They will share their experiences moving from paper and pencil to TABE Online.


Strategies to Support Adult Learners with Reading Difficulties

Presenter: Angela Stokes (University of Minnesota)

Description: This session will cover reading difficulties, including dyslexia. It will cover how prevalent reading difficulties are, how these difficulties might impact other areas of a learner’s life, and provide practical suggestions specifically on how to support adults with learning difficulties.