Turning Up the Volume in Young Adult Literacy: Implementing Writing Conferences (Asynchronous) Online - 26666
In any classroom, students vary greatly in their needs as writers -- whether it be engagement, skill, stamina, or writing identity. Writing conferences are a great way to differentiate instruction and provide individualized support to every student. In this webinar, we will discuss several approaches to writing conferences, including structures, question stems, and ways to give students voice in their own learning. To receive credit for this session, participants will watch the recording and complete activities and the reflection form.
Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Coordinators, Principals, Teacher - General Education
Participants will access the recording through their registration page, and complete the activities prior to the end of the course date.
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Seats Left 50
Registration Deadline 3/19/2021 12:00 am
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Catherine Dearing ESC Region 11
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