Stronger Together: Involving Other Professionals in Your Workshop Blog Series

ICYMI: Revisiting the Stronger Together Blog Series 

Throughout the past week, the co-author team at Two Writing Teachers Blog has featured the countless professionals in our school communities who support and strengthen the work of classroom teachers. The goal of this series has been to spotlight and celebrate the collaborative nature of the work we do every day to serve kids and help them grow into independent and proficient writers.

When you stand among your students, we know that it truly takes a “village.” 

In case you missed any of the posts in the series, here’s a quick recap: 

Thank you to everyone who has followed our Fall blog series–and thank you to the countless educators who work together every day to support one another and the writers we strive to grow.

Every comment left on any of the above posts entered the commenter into a drawing for our giveaway of a copy Your Students, My Students, Our Students: Rethinking Equitable and Inclusive Classrooms by Lee Ann Jung, Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and Julie Kroener. Many thanks to ASCD for donating a copy for one reader.

Book Cover of Your Students, My Students, Our Students: Rethinking Equitable and Inclusive Classrooms

The winner of our giveaway is Sally Donnelly, who commented on Collaborating with Teaching Assistants and Paraprofessionals.

It is the hope of our co-author team that this series serves as a reminder of the incredible professionals who surround you, support you, and push you forward each day. Two Writing Teachers Blog recognizes that teaching writing is a sacred responsibility that lies on the shoulders of far more than the classroom teacher, and it truly takes all of the “people in your neighborhood” to grow tomorrow’s writers. Thank you for being here, sharing in this journey with us, and for playing an important role in the work of teaching writing.

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