#LiteracyMatters in Aldine ISD: Chapter 2 has ended
Welcome to Aldine Independent School District’s #LiteracyMatters: Chapter 2 Conference!

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  • Session recordings will available until July 2022. 
  • Certificates of attendance will be generated and sent emailed as of February 16, 2022. 
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Breanna Jagodzinski

Aldine ISD
Classroom Teacher, Houston Academy
Breanna Jagodzinski is a 6th grade English language arts teacher at Houston Academy within Aldine Independent School District, in Houston, TX. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, emphasizing in English language arts. Since starting her career in 2019, Jagodzinski has been awarded Rookie Teacher of the Year (2019-2020), Campus Teacher of the Year (2020-2021), Aldine ISD Elementary Teacher of the Year (2020-2021), and was a finalist in the Region IV Elementary Teacher of the Year Awards program (2020-2021). While literacy directly influences Jagodzinski’s work as an educator, curriculum writer, and district presenter, it wasn’t until participating in a book study of The Knowledge Gap by Natalie Wexler, that she fully came to understand the negative impact skills-based curriculums have on student success. From this experience, not only has her perspective changed, but she believes that when implemented successfully, the capacity of what literacy can change within students’ lives is infinite. #LeadTheNeedToRead
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