The Fundations® Conference is designed for educators who have experience using Fundations and want to deepen their early literacy knowledge.
- Examine foundational reading skills, including research-based insights and implications for instructional needs, with Barbara Wilson and other leaders in the field.
- Discover ways to enrich your Fundations practice, strategies to help struggling readers, and implementation tips during engaging sessions.
- Enjoy networking and sharing experiences with other Fundations enthusiasts from across the country.
After our successful inaugural event in 2021, we’re excited to plan for the next Fundations Conference in July 2023. This conference offers a shared experience for Fundations teachers to explore early literacy topics and Fundations best practices so that they can enhance their classroom instruction skills.
View our video highlighting the Wilson® Summer Conferences, held virtually in 2021, to get a taste of this exciting event!
Save the Dates for Summer 2023!
WHEN: July 2023
(Specific dates for the Fundations Conference will be provided as soon as they are available.)
WHERE: Boston, MA, or online from anywhere
WHO: Fundations® Presenters, Fundations® Certified Facilitators, and teachers with experience using Fundations
“This was AMAZING from start to finish. Your speakers were stellar and experts in the field. … So much good information to help me plan PD for my teachers and help them intentionally plan to support our kiddos in Fundations!”
– Kara Canning, Missouri
“This conference was by far one of the greatest I have attended! Rich in content, rich in expanding my knowledge, rich in speaker impact. I am motivated to start the year with a different perspective while using Fundations!”
– Nancy Richardson, Arizona
“[The Fundations Conference] was absolutely top-notch! If I didn’t know this was your first virtual conference, I would have thought you had been implementing them in this format for years! The speakers were spot on with evidence-based practices and practical implications that honored our current teaching environment.”
– David Fronczak, New York