Welcome back for Day 6 of the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge! We are so glad you are with us this month. Our entire Two Writing Teachers team is incredibly proud of… Continue reading
This video, narrated by Brene Brown, has been viewed over 7,000,000 times. Empathy is more complicated than its twin sister, sympathy. Empathy is a challenge for a lot of people–not just kids. The great… Continue reading
Welcome to our weekly Slice of Life Story Challenge on Two Writing Teachers!
We hope that many of you will join the fifth annual Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge with your students!
Welcome to the Tuesday Slice of Life Story Challenge!
There are many things we can’t control in the classroom: the amount of time we have, the number of students, the size (and sometimes temperature) of the classroom space. But one thing we can control is the language we use that conveys choice, versus language that conveys assignment.
It’s Tuesday again! Time to share your slice of life.
It’s Tuesday! Time to share your slices of life!
This week my coauthors and I participating in our little New Year’s tradition of choosing our One Little Words (OLW’s) for 2017.
Welcome to the first Slice of Life Tuesday of 2017!
This week on Two Writing Teachers, we are each chosing another co-author’s previously published post to feature as part of our Throwback Week.
We can all be a little more like my daughter’s swim teacher, Coach Annie, and a little less like the camp counselors of my childhood. Here’s how.
I’ll be honest. I actually love on-demand writing assessments.
“My hope is that as you explore heart mapping with your writers, you will fall in love with the stories and poems, truths and courage that will unfold–both theirs and your own.” Georgia Heard in her newest book, Heart Maps.
A short and sweet reminder, from a student point-of-view.