Sunday, June 19, 2016

Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

Even though school has ended for my students, my learning journey continues! 

My district offered a wonderful weeklong institute called the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project. 

Mary Ehrenworth was the lead writer at this institute. 
She was inspirational! 

Photo by Mrs. Yollis

I just completed the program, and I could not be more excited about teaching writing in the fall! Now, that says it all!

Here are my tweets from the week collected in a Storify. Scroll through them if you are interested. Tweeting helps me think about what I'm learning, I can share learning with friends, and then I have a resource to quickly refresh my memory about what I've learned. The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project uses the hashtag #tcrwp to filter and gather tweets.

I hope my tweets help you too! 

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Did you learn anything from my Tweets? 

What are you learning about this summer? Please share! 

1 comment:

  1. Great post, Linda! I could feel your enthusiasm for the learning and writing in your tweets! Good luck with your planning for next year's writing for students!


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