Notebooks are a key tool for an effective literacy classroom–they work for K-12 students, AP classes, English Language Learners, everyone! Writer’s notebooks allow students to build writing stamina and fluency, as well as support their independence. Many teachers begin the year with enthusiasm and plans for using notebook that begins to flag as the year progresses. This workshop is about how to use notebooks effectively and to sustain their use throughout the year, even through the dreaded testing time.
The October 8th Super Saturday includes two parts:
- two 75-minute concurrent sessions on notebooks for the elementary and secondary level.
- followed by a 90-minute session on how to leverage writer’s notebooks for effective test preparation.
Register HERE for the workshop.
When: October 8, 2016 from 9 AM – 12 PM
Where: UTSA-Downtown, Riklin Auditorium, Frio Street Bldg 1.406
Click HERE for a flier of the event.
This event is offered by the San Antonio Writing Project and the UTSA Center for the Inquiry of Transformational Literacies. Event participants receive three hours of Professional Development Credit certified by the UTSA Academy for Teacher Excellence.
Free parking is available in the Cattleman’s Square Lot or Lots D1 & D2 under the IH-35 bridge. See this campus map for the location of available parking lots.
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