ASLA Advocacy Summit 2022 - Jenny Atkinson, Littlescribe. The role of innovation and research in visible literacy - what does and can it look ike?

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We will share case studies demonstrating innovative school libraries that connect literacy skills, stories, authorship and audience. This will include school communities impacted by bushfires and drought, those with extension and whole school programs. We will include case studies and practical examples of how schools apply research to drive student engagement and build literacy skills across the school community. We will provide a Visible Literacy Checklist for every school. Jenny Atkinson is the founder and CEO of the online educational writing resource, Littlescribe. Inspired by her own children wanting to publish their own stories, Jenny created Littlescribe. She officially launched the platform in 2018 after significant research and development. Her aim was to see child authors recognised among our most-loved writers. She has developed Littlescribe as an innovator, using echnology to inspire creativity, communication, and writing – especially in education. She believes projects and activities based on pride and purpose drive learning progress for children.

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