Time to Write!: A Virtual Writing Workshop for Teacher-Writers (WEDNESDAY PM / 5 Sessions) MAY 2019 by Jennifer Laffin

Time to Write!: A Virtual Writing Workshop for Teacher-Writers (WEDNESDAY PM / 5 Sessions) MAY 2019

What's stopping you from becoming the teacher-writer you've dreamed of being?

Make a commitment to your writing life!

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 Wednesday evenings this May 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 (Connect with other teacher-writers!)   
   * WRITE!  (Weekly sessions will include one hour of virtual writing time.) 

Meeting Time:  
The following Wednesday evenings:

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

Cost:  $79

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

Questions? Email Jennifer at Jennifer@TeachWrite.org. 


As a new teacher and writer, Teach Write has encouraged and  inspired me. The Wednesday writing group has given me a set time and space to write, working on any project for school or for personal projects. My first session I was stuck and couldn’t get through writing for an hour. By session 4, I was working on simultaneous projects and the time was flying. I feel support from the Teach Write community and am grateful to have jumpstarted my writing career.
Michelle Hubbard
Prior to my participation in the this workshop, I considered myself a teacher who dreamt of being a writer...someday.  I held this dream for most of my life, yet for various reasons, I denied myself permission to realize my dream.  My yearning to write, though, continued to grow, so I decided to do something about it. Since joining the weekly Wednesday night Time to Write! workshop, I have gained confidence in myself as a writer. I AM a writer! It is no longer "I want to be a writer someday." I appreciate the encouragement I have received from everyone in the group.
Tracy Vogelgesang


Do I have to already be a writer to take this course?

No. You only need a desire to write and some writing that you'd like to work on. Everyone -- writers of ALL -- levels are welcome!

Do I have to already be a writer to take this course?

We will begin each session with a short catch-up conversation. Over time, we will all learn about each other's writing goals and want to know how things are going.

Next, we will review the goals we had set from the previous week and share whether we met that goal or not. (A simple 'yes' or 'no' answer is all that's necessary.)

Then we will set some goals for the session's writing time and get writing. We will write for one hour. During this time, participants have found it motivating to know that others are writing with them. While we can't be in the same room together, we can all write together through the virtual power of Zoom.

After an hour, we will then share how our writing went for the past hour. Any questions you have can be shared with the group.

Finally, we will each share a goal we have for our writing that we plan to accomplish by our next meeting time. 

What if I have to miss a week?

Life happens. School obligations happen. Just drop me an email so I know not to look for you. We will miss you if you have to skip a week, but we will catch up with you the next week.

Do you tell me what to write about?

Nope. Everyone is working on their own thing. (We're happy to make suggestions if you need one though!)