If we are not intentional, we can easily rush into many teaching points, instead of only one. We can overwhelm ourselves and our students. If we are not careful, we can miss the most important reason we sit with a student―the opportunity to listen and learn.
Four of us will present at The Educator Collaborative Spring Gathering tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.
In case you missed it! Check out our posts on conferring toolkits.
Two elements form the very heart of every conference: the student, and the mentor text I can use to nudge her writing piece forward. …
Handwritten vs. Digital? How do you keep records of your conferences?
Add some cheat sheets to your Conferring Toolkits
In the case of explaining a strategy, a tip, or a writing insight, a picture is often worth a thousand words. Or more!
Here’s a list of things in my conferring toolkit! What’s in yours?
This week my friends and I at Two Writing Teachers will take you on a tour of our writing toolkits. You won’t want to miss a single post this week!