The Reading Council of Greater Winnipeg (RCGW) has been dedicated to promoting literacy and developing lifelong readers since 1956. We have a proud history of being a literacy leader in Winnipeg and its surrounding area. We are a Special Area Group of Educators (SAGE) of the Manitoba Teachers' Society and a local council of the International Literacy Association.
RCGW provides professional development for educators, shares resources and ideas on our website, celebrates I Love to Read month, promotes literacy in the community, honours literacy leaders and up-and-coming teacher candidates, and supports literacy projects. Join RCGW today!
The Reading Council of Greater Winnipeg has curated the following short list of resources to support teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic. We know there are many resources already shared online, and we are encouraged to see so many organizations around the world stepping up to support learning in these challenging times. We are thinking of you and hope you and your family take time this week to relax and recharge despite the uncertainty ahead.
Please note that all RCGW meetings and events are currently postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please continue to check our site for more information.
From Manitoba Education & Training
Online Read-Alouds and Connections
The MTS PD Day Committee of the Reading Council of Greater Winnipeg proudly announces that Penny Kittle will be our full-day keynote speaker for MTS PD Day 2020. Check back later this spring for more details. In the meantime, save the date!
As your student teachers enter their final practicum blocks of the year, please share with them our excellent scholarship opportunity. Two $500 scholarships are available, and we love acknowledging and rewarding future teachers of literacy. The deadline to apply is April 3, 2020.
Furthermore, our sister council, the Manitoba Council of Reading Clinicians (MCRC), has up to three scholarships of $1,000 available for graduate students studying clinical reading at the master or doctorate level. For more information, please visit MCRC.
January 17, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom
Meetings are open to all members. Please consider attending!
We welcome short book reviews, articles about teaching strategies, and other submissions. Please contact the Editor.