Annual Trainer Meeting
The Wilson® Trainer Meeting is our annual gathering for Wilson® Credentialed Trainers to expand their understanding of literacy education, research, legislative issues, and Wilson’s programs.
- Engage intellectually with expert speakers about current trends and topics, blended with practical application to the implementation of Wilson’s programs.
- Learn from the collective experience of colleagues during sessions that encourage the sharing of experiences and ideas.
- Renew the special bonds of the trainer community and receive support from Wilson staff for your specific situation.
- Revitalize professional work with actionable information for school implementation and instruction.
This event is a special opportunity for Wilson Credentialed Trainers to continue their growth in an environment that is specifically geared toward their professional needs.
School districts and organizations with Wilson Credentialed Trainers may want to consider having WRS certified teachers attend the Wilson Certified Teacher Conference and administrators join the Leadership Conference, held every other year. A team experience can help develop shared understanding to encourage sustained communication and implementation.
View our story and video highlighting Wilson’s 2016 conferences to get a taste of this exciting event!
Save the Date for Summer 2018!
WHEN: Monday, July 9—Tuesday, July 10, 2018
WHERE: Seaport Hotel, Boston, MA
The Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center provides a refreshingly different style and service in Boston. Located on the waterfront in the bustling Seaport District, the Seaport Hotel offers you luxury accommodations with dazzling city and harbor views and incredibly convenient access to all major points of interest.
“Every session was wonderful! I feel rejuvenated, excited, and am ready to share what I have learned with teachers & students!”
– Susan Elrod
“Loved everything about this conference … Thank you for always staying current and bringing speakers that are very well respected in the field of literacy.”
– Susan Zirpoli