|Dates:||July 10-12, 2019 (Mon.-Wed.)|
|Time:||8:30 – 2:30|
|Half day Wed. (ends at 11:00)|
|Instructors:||Ben Kuhlman & Laurie Hendrickson|
|Location:||Lincoln School, Elmhurst – easily accessible from highways|
What’s in it for You?
“What do I do with our Chromebooks that will help kids write better and not just feel like busy work?”
Come to Illinois Writing Project’s Writing & Technology Workshop and discover new ways to use technology in literacy classrooms.
You Will Learn
- What it means to be a 21st century writing teacher
- How digital writers learn to collaborate
- How students can create a positive online presence
- How digital writers distribute their writing
- How digital writing processes intersect with writing workshop
Who is this workshop for?
Classroom teachers, support staff, and literacy leaders who want to incorporate digital processes into writing workshop.
Bulletin: Thanks to the Oppenheimer Family Foundation, teachers in the city of Chicago may receive a stipend to help defray the workshop cost! Contact Steve Zemelman at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
15 ISBE Professional Development Hours granted upon course completion
OPTIONAL: One Northeastern Illinois University graduate credit hour may be earned. Tuition at NEIU’s new discounted graduate credit rate. Contact Dr. Katy Smith at K-Smith1@neiu.edu to register for this credit.
|Teaching Writing||7/8 – 7/12, M-F 8:30 – 2:30||$300|
|Advanced workshop: Connecting with Colleagues on teaching writing||7/15 – 7/19, M-F 8:30 – 2:30||Grant funded|
|Writing and Technology||7/8 – 7/10, M-W* 8:30 – 2:30||$150|
|Social-Emotional Learning and Writing||7/10 – 7/12, W*-F 8:30 – 2:30||$150|
* Writing & Technology concludes at 11:00am on 7/10. SEL & Writing begins at 12:00pm that day.