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Do you yearn to implement instructional practices that honor students’ voices and choices while integrating standards into the curriculum? Do you want to meet all of your students where they are while nudging them to fulfill their potential as readers and writers? Join us for 
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A cross between narrative and expository has many overlapping characteristics that highlight visuals, accuracy and a delightful writing style. Teachers will be able to show students how to write in an engaging writing style for nonfiction. Teachers will use nonfiction picture books to help students 
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“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”  -Maya Angelou How do we create a classroom where all students feel accepted? Encourage risk-taking and Growth Mindset? What do 
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Recently the world has seen the power of the teenage voice, raised up, ready to create change. But our challenge as educators remains the same: how can we garner this passion while preparing students to raise their voices in educated and compelling ways? In this 
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Have you felt that the relentless focus on standards and testing has sucked the life out of your teaching? Never fear! There are ways to recapture the joy without sacrificing one iota of rigor. Come out this summer and learn techniques for inspiring students every day 
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Has there ever been a time when our students’ ability to think and write analytically has been more important? Teaching students to do so may be one of the greatest challenges a writing teacher faces. How can we embrace both literature and non-fiction –and the 
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