Thank you for joining us for our blog series Dreaming Big in This Year’s Writing Workshop. We hope you will join us for a Twitter Chat on Monday, August 13th at 8:30 EDT. We’ll be sharing and learning at #TWTBlog.
In case you missed any pieces from our series, here’s a quick review of the week of posts with the links, as well. Each post is full of ideas and inspiration.
Betsy launched the series with her post about writing partnerships. She has amazing tools and resources to help us all navigate partnerships in our workshops.
On Monday, Deb wrote a post about ways to use technology more intentionally and meaningfully.
Lanny’s Tuesday post will inspire all of us to make time and write alongside our students.
My post on Wednesday deals with ways to write strategically so that we model not only how to write well, but also how to handle predictable problems we see in writing workshops.
Don’t miss Stacey’s post about record-keeping. There are so many ideas and resources for managing student progress.
On Friday, Kelsey wrote about making toolkits for units, and her videos and presentations about them are sure to inspire!
Beth wrote about ways to organize and expand mentor text collections, and her post was shared on Saturday.
If you’re looking for great ideas for making the most of share time, don’t miss Kathleen’s post!
We’re looking forward to chatting about these topics and more on Monday night, August 13th at 8:30 EDT. Please join us at #TWTBlog!
Many thanks to Heinemann Publishers for donating a copy of Kids First From Day One by Christine Hertz and Kristine Mraz. Thank you also to all who commented throughout the week. The winner of the book, chosen by a random number generator, is Marilyn Miner, whose comment appeared on Betsy’s post about partnerships!
I am the Writing and Social Studies Coordinator in Simsbury, CT, and I love what I do. I get to write and inspire others to write! Additionally, I am the mom to four fabulous daughters and the wife of a great husband.