Time to Write!: An Online Writing Workshop for Teacher-Writers {APRIL 2020 - 4 Sessions} by Jennifer Laffin

Time to Write!: An Online Writing Workshop for Teacher-Writers {APRIL 2020 - 4 Sessions}

It's time to make time for your OWN writing!

Do you need some accountability to get yourself to the page?

Has starting a writing habit been something you've always dreamed of doing?

Do you want  to start a writing habit but don't want to go it alone?

Want to meet and write with some incredibly supportive teacher-writers who 'get' why being a teacher who writes makes us better teachers of writers?

We can help!

Put some time for your writing on your calendar each week when you join the Time to Write! Virtual Writing Workshop from The Teach Write Academy.

Here are the details:

Bring your writing and join us on Tuesday OR Wednesday evenings this APRIL in the Teach Write Time to Write! Virtual Writing Workshop for All Educators!

Through weekly Zoom meetings, we will:
   * Meet to check in
   * Set writing goals   
   * Report on our progress (Accountability!)
   * Offer each other support & community & connection   
   * WRITE!  (Weekly sessions will include one hour of virtual writing time in which you will work on a writing activity of your own choosing)

Meeting Time:  
You can choose to attend either the TUESDAY or WEDNESDAY session. This will give you more flexibility with your schedule. If Tuesday works well one week and Wednesday the next, that's totally fine. Come the night that works for you!

The following TUESDAY or WEDNESDAY evenings:
     4/07 or 4/08
     4/14 or 4/15
     4/21 or 4/22
     4/28 or 4/29

5:00 - 6:30 pm Central Time (6:00 - 7:30 pm Eastern) ONLINE via Zoom

Cost:  $64 {4 SESSIONS}

No-Risk Guarantee: Try the first class and if you don't find this time beneficial to your writing life, contact us within 24 hours and we will happily refund your money.

Questions? Email Jennifer at Jennifer@TeachWrite.org. 

Here is what some of our participants have to say about their Time to Write workshop experience:

Writing is hard. Choosing to develop a habit of writing and maintaining momentum is challenging to do on your own. Writers need the support of other writers and the Teach Write workshop community gives me the space I need every single week. During our writing time we come together as teacher-writers to laugh, share, bond, and, most importantly, write. Though our distances range far and wide, my Teach Write friends are the folks I need to sustain my writing life as we cheer one another on one line at a time.
Andy Schoenborn, MI
I wasn't sure what to expect (with the Time to Write workshop), but I have to say I had a blast!  I could feel the love, the support, and the comaradery shared among this group.  Everyone was so warm and welcoming - I felt as though I had known everyone for years.  
Dr. Kris McGee, PA

Won't you join us?