Over the past week we’ve had the honor of hosting posts from school leaders including principals, superintendents, curriculum coordinators, supervisors, and directors. Their posts brought a different perspective to our community here at Two Writing Teachers and we thank them for that.
Here’s what you may have missed:
Sunday, April 17: Jen Schwanke, principal in Dublin, Ohio shared her post, What’s it Really Like to be a Writing Teacher. She encourages every school leader to learn a bit from writing teachers.
Monday, April 18: Michael Berry, principal in Richmond, Vermont wrote I Wrote This. He shared a snapshot of how he models his own writing life with teachers and scholars in his school.
Tuesday, April 19: Dr. John C. Marschhausen, Superintendent of the Hilliard City School District in Columbus, Ohio shared Personal Passion Creates Magic, highlighting the importance of writing and passion in education.
Wednesday, April 20: Abi Wilson, Director of Instruction at The Learning Community, a public charter school in Central Falls, Rhode Island shared advice for test preparation in her post, Thoughtful Teaching of Test Writing as A Genre.
Thursday, April 21: Dr. Aileen P. Hower, K-12 Literacy/ESL Supervisor for South Western School District in Hanover, Pennsylvania posted Integrating Technology into Writing Workshop, a post packed full of tech tools she recommends.
Friday, April 22: To wrap up our series, Jennifer Botzojorns, Assistant Superintendent and Curriculum Director at Mount Mansfield Modified Union School District in northern Vermont, shared how turkeys are a model for learning, in her post Turkeys and the Teaching of Writing.
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