Literacy Coach Re-Boot Camp

2019 dates coming soon
Orlando, Florida
UCF Morgridge International Reading Center

The University of Central Florida–Morgridge International Reading Center Literacy Coaches Re-Boot Camp is a week long summer professional learning opportunity designed to assist literacy coaches with improving literacy acquisition and instruction for the 21st century. The Re-Boot Camp was developed in response to literacy coaches' requests that greater emphasis be placed on assisting colleagues with implementing evidence-based practices to improve literacy acquisition. The Re-boot Camp Literacy Coaching is also available to schools and districts.

If you are interested in having the Re-Boot camp in your home district, please click here.

"The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind."

- Kahlil Gibran

Learn with Dr. Enrique A. Puig

Dr. Enrique A. Puig is internationally known for his expertise in literacy coaching (K-12). He has shared his expertise in New Zealand, Scotland, Canada, Hungary, Austria, and Sweden. In 1997 his work with cadres of literacy coaches started in Orange County, FL in collaboration with the Ohio State University, Georgia State University, Purdue University, and Texas Tech University. With over 35 years of teaching and coaching experience, Enrique has lead schools from the US Virgin Islands to Washington in transforming teacher and student learning. He has authored numerous curriculum content materials, articles, chapters, books, and training materials. He is co-author of The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction, (2011).

During this reboot camp you will:

  • Investigate how your coaching is shaped through your language and beliefs on a continuum of coaching.
  • Examine foundational themes of coaching and how they impact your work with teacher-colleagues across content areas to foster a professional learning community of practice.
  • Explore the role of the coach in a multi-tier system of support in an integrated literacy model for instruction.
  • Turn the language of core standards into explicit statements and units of professional learning to meet the needs of teacher-colleagues.
  • Improve data interpretation to shape instruction.
  • Develop an understanding of text complexity and close reading as a strategic activity.


  • The Literacy Coach: Guiding in the Right Direction, 2nd ed., Puig & Froelich, 2011
  • The Literacy Leadership Team: Sustaining and Expanding Success, Froelich & Puig, 2010
  • Teaching for Comprehension and Fluency, K-8, Fountas & Pinnell, 2006
  • Reflective Journal
  • Event bag

General Information

Who Should Attend
This professional learning opportunity is designed for Florida literacy coaches, academic coaches, instructional coaches, and district personnel responsible for providing professional learning opportunities.

Space is limited; register early to ensure your space is secured.
Contact MIRC at 407-882-6472 for more details.

Individual Fee: $925 ($775 to returning coaches)
Group Discount: Four people from the same district for the price of three.
Payments are due upon receipt of email via check, credit card, and/or purchase order. Registrations, though nonrefundable, are transferable.

Price includes:

  • materials
  • breakfasts
  • lunches
  • UCF parking
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Florida Literacy Coaches Association membership

Travel and Lodging:

  • Registration fee for the MIRC Literacy Coach Re-Boot Camp does not include travel and hotel accommodations.
  • All travel and lodging expenses are the responsibility of the attendees and/or their sponsoring Local Education Agency. We encourage carpooling.
  • Reservations should be made directly with the hotel. All rates may change and are subject to availability. Some rates include parking and other services. Participants are asked to inquire about these services when making reservations. Do not make non-refundable travel arrangements until you have received a confirmation email from MIRC.

Contact Information
Questions? Call 407.882.MIRC