Here’s a peek at the dates and times three members of our co-author team will be presenting at NCTE this weekend.
Already, NCTE seems like a long time ago. However, as I reread my notes and think about some of the lasting learning, I have more to share! Vocabulary Matters was a great session!
Three words that can change a student’s life forever.
Take a sneak peek at our NCTE presentation. We hope to see you there!
We’re sharing our presentations from NCTE with you, along with quotes I jotted down from a variety of authors and literacy leaders. ALSO, take a peek at some photos from our Slicer Dinner.
Live tweets from #NCTE14! Join us at 9:30EST at #TWTBlog.
We are excited to present at #NCTE14 this year. Come check out our session G.07, Saturday at 9:30!
Join us! Share a story from your life!
Happy National Day on Writing!
Here is a Sneak Peek at our NCTE Presentation.
RSVP by 10/31 if you plan to join us for the Slicer Dinner at NCTE.
Sharing some classroom ideas about poetry from Maureen Barbieri, Georgia Heard, Linda Rief, Tom Romano, and Joyce Sidman.
I returned from three wonderful days at the NCTE Annual Convention in Boston late last night. I learned from authors, poets, classroom teachers, literacy coaches, PhD students, university professors, and other literacy leaders. Here’s a sampling of some the things I gleaned at this year’s convention.
WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to (at least three) other slicers. If you’re leaving your comment early in the day, please consider returning this evening or tomorrow to read… Continue reading
Happy National Day on Writing! One way to celebrate this day is to take a moment to reflect on your bottom line beliefs about quality writing instruction.
I write… a lot. I blog every day on a private, family-only blog I created for my daughter when she was born. I blog about the teaching of writing here and about early… Continue reading
One of the fantastic sessions I attended at NCTE was called “Beyond Classroom Walls: Honoring Voices of Young Readers.” It was led by Julie Johnson of Raising Readers and Writers, Katie Keier of… Continue reading