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What you'll get:
6 modules on the following topics: fundamentals, behavior, routines, tools, planning, assessment
Easy to follow videos walking you step by step through everything
Audio version of each module so you can listen on the go
Comprehensive workbook to tailor all the lessons to your classroom's needs
Bonuses: 4 Units to Begin Workshop
Launching Reading & Writing Workshop-This unit includes 10 mini lessons, videos, charts, posters and editable assessment tools to launch both reading and writing workshop in just ten days.
Writing is Never Done-This unit includes two videos, a mini lesson, posters and checklists to help your students understand that their writing is never truly ever done, things can always be improved!
Mentor Text Mini Lessons for Eleven by Sandra Cisneros-This unit includes seven mini lessons, editable checklists, rubrics, conference tracking sheet, writing charts and posters.
Writing Partners-This unit includes two videos and a mini lesson to teach students how to work with partners effectively. It also includes posters, a conference tracker and a checklist for the teacher to use when observing peer conferences.
I am so happy that I was able to learn a whole new method of teaching and having the tools from you made it possible! My contract has been renewed. My principal and academic dean are happy with my work!
Katy Riley (6th Grade Core Teacher)
Wow! I just finished Module 1 and LOVE how you have organized this course! My plan for the rest of this week is to complete the Five Simple To-Dos. What a great way to ground my thinking related to Workshop!
I also want to let you know how much this puts my mind at ease related to my planning for next year. As a Humanities teacher I often struggle to bring the ELA and Social Studies content and skills together. After completing Module 1 I feel much better about this.
Melissa England (Middle School Humanities Teacher)
I totally need to tell you!!! I followed your memoir unit this last fall. Some of my students submitted their pieces to Scholastic Art and Writing competition. Out of the 14 students who submitted, we received four gold keys three silver keys and seven Honorable Mentions. Our Gold Key medalists are going to the national competition!!!
Jennifer Coury (8th Grade English Teacher)