Time to Write!: A Virtual Writing Workshop (TUESDAY PM / 4 Sessions) SEPTEMBER 2019 by Jennifer Laffin

Time to Write!: A Virtual Writing Workshop (TUESDAY PM / 4 Sessions) SEPTEMBER 2019

Make a commitment to growing your writing life by writing with a fun group of teacher-writers. Come write with us!

Come discover the JOY of being a teacher-writer!

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 evenings this September 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 TUESDAY evenings:
   9/03
   9/10
   9/17
   9/24

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

Cost:  $64

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. 

Hear what one of our participants thinks about the Time to Write! Workshop

FAQs

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. Writers of ALL levels are welcome and supported here.

Do you tell me what to write?

No, every writer is working on their own thing. Some will work on blog posts, poetry, evening pages, personal journaling, journal articles, etc. (We are happy to provide ideas if you need one though.)

How will participating in this workshop make me a better writing teacher?

The best way to become a better writing teacher is to be a writer yourself. When you are a teacher-writer, you develop the insights, empathy, and ability to plan and deliver instruction that truly meets your students' needs, instead of having to rely on what the teacher's manual is telling you they need. As a part of our weekly meetings, we also share our celebrations, questions, and concerns from our writing classroom and brainstorm ways to support and celebrate each other. 

What if I have to miss a week?

No problem. Life happens! Just drop me an email to let me know so we don't wait for you.