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Our Virtual Saturday morning series is perfect for K-12 teachers who want to learn new ideas, tools, and techniques for writing in ELA classrooms and inspiring young writers.

Genre Mixing:
How to Break the Mold of What Writing Should Be
October 22nd, 2022
Instructor: Morgan King

In this workshop, participants will explore a range of modern writers who are writing outside the lines and experimenting with genre and form. Participants will feel inspired to bring multi-genre into their classroom to share with their students the endless possibilities that come when we let go of structured writing.

When Autonomy Seems Unreachable:
Finding Power and Choice in Mandated Curriculum
November 5th, 2022

Instructor: Amelia H. Wheeler
Zines are small, DIY magazines, so of course in this workshop we will make our own zines about a topic that matters to us! By “learning through doing,” workshop participants will gain the skills to guide students in making a zine that can capture their brilliance in a creative and shareable way. The workshop will conclude with a collaborative planning sesion, in which participants will work together to design a zinemaking project for an upcoming unit. Zine templates, assessment rubrics, and methods for sharing students’ zines will be provided to all workshop goers.

Future Dates (Topics and Instructors TBD):
January 21st, 2023
February 8th, 2023
April 8th, 2023

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