Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide a forum for literacy professionals to share information about specific areas and also serve as a resource for professional growth. Membership in these groups (listed below) is open to all Members of the International Literacy Association. If you're interested in joining a SIG, please contact councils@reading.org.

SIG 2015-2016 Activity Report Form

Balanced Reading Instruction

http://www.balancedreadinginstruction.com

Canadian SIG on Literacy

http://www.cnirac.ca/

Children's Literature and Reading

http://www.clrsig.org

College Literacy and Learning

http://j-cll.com/60CLLSig.html

Concern for Affect in Reading Education (CARE)


Content Area Reading

http://content-reading.org

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Readers

https://www.facebook.com/groups/IRADeafReaders/

Disabled Reader


District Literacy Leadership (DiLL

http://districtliteracyleadership.weebly.com

History of Reading

http://historyliteracy.org/

Indigenous Peoples


IRA/Rotary International Partnerships


Language Experience: Literacy Across the Disciplines

http://languageexperienceapproach.weebly.com/

Leadership Educ. & Dev. for Educators in Reading (LEADER)

https://sites.google.com/site/readingleadersorg/

Literacy and Social Responsibility

http://www.csulb.edu/misc/l-sr/index.html

Literacy Development in Young Children


Mastery Learning


Network on Adolescent Literature (SIGNAL)

http://www.signal-ya.org

Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading

http://oter.coedu.usf.edu/

Professors of Reading Teacher Educators

http://www.prtesig.com/

Reading Excellence Through the Arts


Reading for Gifted and Creative Students


Secondary Reading


Specialized Literacy Professionals

http://www.literacyprofessional.org

Teaching as a Researching Profession


Technology in Literacy Education

http://tilesig.wikispaces.com/