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Grades K-2 11/15/17 or Grades 3-8 11/16/17 Strategies and Structures for Teaching Writing. For more information see flyer or visit www.mciu.org/register .
Teaching writing can be a feat – the process, genres, behaviors, skills, qualities! In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to unpack it all, with the support of The Writing Strategies Book (*included). Participants will learn how to go beyond writing checklists and tips that tell writers “what to do”, and will move towards crafting explicit, clear strategies that teach children “how to do”. This Heinemann Professional Development is designed to explore effective feedback and prompts to coach students as they work toward their independent writing goals. Participants will learn different structures for teaching (individual conferences/small groups) that allow teachers to respond ﬂexibly to children’s growing strengths and needs. *Minimum enrollment is required to run this session. Audience: K-8 classroom and special ed teachers, reading specialists, intervention teachers, literacy leaders, and principals DATES: K-2 | November 15, 2017 | 8:30-3:30 PM 3-8 | November 16, 2017 | 8:30-3:30 PM COST: $200 subscriber $300 non-subscriber CREDITS: 6 Act 48 hours QUESTIONS: Please contact Lois Winton firstname.lastname@example.org | (610) 755-9315 REGISTER: www.mciu.org/register Barb Golub is a former Staﬀ Developer with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, where she was instrumental in helping schools across the United States, Asia and Europe implement a balanced literacy approach to literacy education. While at the Project, Barb led groups of teachers in study groups that focused on using diﬀerent components of balanced literacy to support vocabulary development for elementary-aged students, as well as helping teachers across the elementary grades create structures in their classrooms that support student independence. Strategies and Structures for Teaching Writing with Jen Serravallo’s latest professional text: The Writing Strategies Book featuring Heinemann literacy guest speaker Barb Golub