Also, a message from Amanda Villagomez: Since first hearing about Ali Edwards right here on Two Writing Teachers as Stacey and Ruth talked about her in connection with One Little Word, I have… Read More
Reflections on my first Twitter Chat: what worked well, what overwhelmed me, and some silly things I tweeted.
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My students were always shocked to learn that my favorite subject to teach wasn’t writing… it was social studies! I was a history minor in college and almost considered getting my first master’s… Read More
In addition to the link you leave to your slice today, would you mind sharing how teaching writing workshop is better when you’re a teacher who is also a Writer?
Clear, specific feedback helps children view themselves in a positive light in the learning environment and in life.
An interview with Author Germano Zullo + a giveaway of his new book, Line 135.
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If you’re planning to launch independent writing projects in your class during the final weeks of school, then you’ll most likely have several students who might want to write a book about a… Read More
The Day My Mom Came to Kindergarten can be used to help kids find a topic and to teach students a variety of craft moves. Read more about this book and then leave a comment if you’d like a chance to win a copy.
The keynote speeches I’m preparing to deliver this summer have been on my mind for weeks. In an effort to craft inspiring speeches, I’ve been looking for some guidance so I move from outlining to writing the speeches.
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Amy Krouse Rosenthal provides insight into her new word play book. Chronicle Books offers a giveaway of the book to one reader who comments on this post.
Find out how to bring two classroom routines into the 21st century with QR Codes.