Boys in Literacy 2.0

Professional development (PD) Auckland, Waikato, Manawatu/Whanganui, Canterbury, Otago

Posted: 02 August 2021
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Teachers, DPs, SENCO and boys' educators

The brand new, fresh and improved Boys in Literacy 2.0 has a new keynote speaker Lisa McWilliam, along with Marshall Diggs who will both inspire, teach and empower you with best-practice skills and strategies to engage and improve Boys in Literacy as they together share from their wealth of experience as a principal, DPs, SENCO, PLD presenters, and literacy leaders. 

What is your data telling you about boys’ literacy achievement levels?

Are there discrepancies in your boys’ achievement data? 

Is your school’s target boys/literacy?

Boys in Literacy 2.0 is a innovative look at best-practice pedagogy as well as emergent pedagogy that is proven to actually works in improving boys’ achievement levels, particularly in literacy. Grounded in recent international research, including research from the McGill Centre for Research in Neuroscience, you will come away equipped with truck-loads of hands-on practical tools, and be armed and dangerous with the skills, strategies and inspirations to crack the code and enable boys to achieve and succeed in literacy.

By attending Cracking the Code – Boys in Literacy 2.0:

  • You will gain an understanding of the neurological construct and development of boys’ brains
  • You will be equipped with an array of best-practice pedagogical approaches that work for enabling and empowering boys
  • You will receive valuable resources and strategies to lead staff workshops around improving boys’ literacy achievement levels.

If you don’t want to miss this incredible opportunity to discover the secrets to unlocking boys’ minds and empowering them to achieve in literacy, then 
book now for Boys in Literacy 2.0.

Events summary


13 August 2021 – 13 August 2021


16 August 2021 – 16 August 2021


17 August 2021 – 17 August 2021


18 August 2021 – 18 August 2021


19 August 2021 – 19 August 2021

Further information

Contact: Anna Pol

 (027) 560 9800