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Throw away the worksheets and bury all your writing prompts!

In this lively workshop, learn how to make the most of the time you have in your classroom to teach writing in a way that really shows how students are thinking and learning. This workshop will help participants in their daily instruction by demonstrating how to:

  • Use assessments to help students set goals based on specific traits of writing
  • Give constructive feedback to children on specific writing goals that can strengthen their writing, revising, and editing
  • Connect reading quality children’s books to writing instruction and assessment
  • Show students how different modes (narrative, informational, opinion) intersect and blend to form interesting student writing—that you’ll want to read!
  • Teach writing in engaging, student-centered ways

To register, call 1-844-686-1551 or register online.

MEET YOUR PRESENTER
RUTH CULHAM

RUTH CULHAM has written more than 40 books and best-selling resources illuminating both writing and the reading-writing connection for countless educators around the globe. Her groundbreaking work with the writing traits and writing from reading is the culmination of 40 years of research, practice, and passion.

Ruth’s most recent books, The Writing Thief: Using Mentor Texts to Teach the Craft of Writing and Dream Wakers: Mentor Texts That Celebrate Latino Culture, are available from Stenhouse Publishers. She also conducts professional development for schools and districts and writes a regular column for The Reading Teacher.