Tagged with National Writing Project

A Conference for Educators by Educators

A Conference for Educators by Educators

At the end of April, I attended two very different conferences back to back. And I literally mean back to back–I flew home, arrived at 11pm, repacked by  bag, and left at 6am the next day. I didn’t even tell my kids I was coming home; I just told them I was going away for … Continue reading

Opportunities for Teachers

What am I writing this week? Applications for professional development opportunities. I decided long ago never to walk in anyone’s shadow and to seek out my own professional development (PD). I feel that as an educator it’s imperative to keep ahead of the curve and to seek out programs that support my interests in the … Continue reading

The New York City Writing Project

The New York City Writing Project

One of the reasons I started this blog came from my experiences in attending The New York City Writing Project’s Satellite Institute this spring. One Saturday a month I meet with 20 other teachers and we work on our own writing, we learn new strategies to teach writing to our students, we read about teaching … Continue reading