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The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is one of the world's premier providers of professional development in the teaching of reading and writing.
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Christina 1h
Snow Day is a pretty BIG deal for our Miami natives! It's not every day we get to dress up and have a snowball fight!
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Jessica 1h
Our kids dove right into our Writing Workshop poetry unit by looking at objects through poets' eyes!
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Lissa Pijanowski 1h
A4: Student empowerment is #1 for engaging students in the learning process. Offering student voice and choice. Clarifying learning goals with success criteria. Inviting students to self- and peer-assess. To have Ss own the learning Ts need to let go.
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Christina 15h
Today, SrK Ss celebrated 🎉 the end of their narrative unit with friends! They read their true stories 📝 to each other and then shared some compliments and questions.
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Brittany Nocito 12h
Just look at the ways all of these writers are working! Pure joy!!
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Amber Thomas 15h
Writing Celebration Day! ✏️ Congratulations writers! 👏🏻👏🏻Thanks to those who could attend to help us celebrate.
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SchoolLibraryJournal 1h
"In the Margins" Committee Announces 2020 Book Awards Honoring Marginalized & BIPOC Youth
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Miss Thomas Dec 13
So happy that I had the opportunity to go to for a workshop. A day filled with great presenters and resources. Can’t wait to use the tools and practices that I learned today, in the classroom!
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Briana Clifton 15h
Playing with the “Sh” digraph. Thank you for making phonics so much fun! I’m excited to teach and they’re excited to learn... win-win for all!
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TCRWP 1h
Using Writing Workshop to write in Science and Social Studies----POWERFUL!
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Briseno's 2nd Grade 15h
Conducting experiments and recording results in our lab reports.
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Rebecca Maddox 15h
Look at those scientific writers!
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Lizzie Hetzer 14h
Replying to @wcsdcoach @TCRWP and 2 others
Love learning from and her beautiful and impactful teaching!
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Catherine Scriven 14h
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Humble Texas inclusion teacher 1:2
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Michelle Tscheppe 14h
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Amazing what First graders can do when you give them the tools! 💕
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Jen Kreis 13h
Second grade readers worked together to study playful, creative language and ask themselves, “What does the author really mean?” 📖📚
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TCRWP 1h
what kinds of topics did students explore, and grow information about? Incredible! What a great resource!
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Jennifer Muia 12h
After our Expert Museum presentations, we wrote All About Books. Today we celebrated our writing and how much we all learned! Of course a treat of a new nonfiction book for each writer❤️🤓📚
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Brianna Sanford 11h
Writers Workshop creates authors out of our youngest learners! My 6 year old just had her first nose bleed and it was scary for her. Afterward she said, "I think I can write a story about that." Thanks for encouraging writing!
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jessica ballheimer 11h
My kids are loving this unit! ❤️ ✏️
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