What do great writing teachers have in common? They all engage in these three practices! Listen to see which of these methods you already use,
Are your students lacking confidence and direction in their writing? Are you lacking confidence and direction in teaching writing? Listen in as Caitlin and Jessica
Listen in as Caitlin and Jessica explain how they use literary analysis as the foundational structure for other forms of writing. They will talk about
If you don’t have a solid plan for teaching writing, your students will continue to struggle, and you will continue to drown in grading piles
The best learning takes place when students are having fun and feeling challenged at the same time. Of course, it can be tough coming up
Does your lesson planning ever feel frantic, rushed, or disorganized? Do you ever feel like you’re trying to “hit” standards in your classroom, but your
Would you like to be that teacher you’re jealous of? The one who leaves right after school on most days but still manages to teach
Are you looking for a way to refresh your teaching with new ideas and strategies? Would you like the kind of support a coach can
It has been a year. You’ve been juggling new teaching responsibilities, remote, in-class, and hybrid learning, and possibly childcare struggles, too. Oh, and a pandemic.
Then, pick the date you’re going to teach it in your classroom, and sit back while you watch as your students show up to your classroom pumped about what the day holds…and gush about your class to their parents on the car ride home!