A few months ago I received an email from a curriculum director in a district where I sometimes do a bit of consulting: Did I have any data regarding my impact in schools?… Continue reading
Sometimes in a busy and chaotic schedule, we inadvertently miss attending to some of our students who like to “fly under the radar.” Being systematic and intentionally positive can make a big difference for some of our writers.
One way to become a community of writers is to leave thoughtful feedback.
When it’s time to publish, the classroom teacher has many decisions to consider!
An activity to use with student writers to encourage self-reflection
During the first week of this year’s month-long SOLSC, I noticed someone posted around 10 or 11 p.m. and remarked that no one ever comments on late-night posters. My heart sunk. How frustrating… Continue reading
Last month, I ran a post announcing the prizes for this year’s Slice of Life Story Challenge. I promised four prizes would be given away during the month of March. I hinted that… Continue reading
Day by Day: Refining Writing Workshop Through 180 Days of Reflective Practice recently came out as an eBook. Therefore, it’s now available in print and electronically. That being said, Stenhouse, our publisher, would… Continue reading
Something Stacey has made me think more deeply about is complimenting student writers. (Much of my learning & prodding to think about this topic has been through reading her drafts for the book.)… Continue reading
From time to time, I use this blog to sort out ideas I’m wrestling with. I must admit this puts me in a vulnerable place. Such was the case with Monday’s posts. Audience —… Continue reading
“How you climb up the mountain is just as important as how… More you get down the mountain. And so it is with life, which for many of us becomes one big gigantic… Continue reading