Welcome to the twenty-seventh day of the 11th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! ANNOUNCEMENTS It’s the home stretch. Feel proud of the month of writing you’ve done. Keep writing. Keep reading. Keep… Continue reading
Welcome to Day 27 of the Classroom SOLSC! Today we are looking for your feedback on the format we used this year.
We want struggling writers to believe that what they think is important and what they say is important, so important that we want to capture it in a more permanent form. We want them to believe that the process of writing, at whatever stage they are in, is within their grasp.
Finish strong. It’s Day 26. Write, read, and encourage others with comments. By this time, you know the comments that matter to you as a writer. Create those for others!
Welcome to Day 26! Today’s questions is about thinking of the lessons learned and what you might do differently next year….
Welcome to Day 25 of the 2018 Classroom SOLSC for Students! We are thinking about texts that inspire your students to write today.
The weekend, we have a special challenge for first-year slicers, and we are grateful to Clare Landrigan and Tammy Mulligan for their generous donation!
Welcome to Day 24 of the 2018 Classroom SOLSC for Students! Are your students easily coming up with ideas or need a little help for our final stretch?
As an instructional technology coach, I have the privilege of working alongside teachers as they bring their students into the world of blogging. Many of the teachers I work with are new to blogging. They rely on me to steer them into an experience that will engage the student, lift student writing, and fit within the already packed school day. I guide these teachers to create branded blogs.
You’ve made it to Day 22! Keep writing! Keep sharing! Keep commenting!
The third week can feel hard! We’re past the newness factor, and the end it still in the distance. Keep writing! Keep sharing! Keep commenting!
Are you ready to see a winner reveal?
What keeps you going on day twenty? Look around you! Get inspired by the whispering deer, a silent blue jay, the creaking branch, or the squeak of a swing. A story is waiting.