Writing for Community Change- Join the Online Conversation TODAY at 3:45Join us today, Tuesday, February 13, 2018 for an online chat on how our students can use writing to change their communities. Writing can be a powerful tool to engage students in their communities. Join this live discussion with Casey Olsen, high school teacher in Columbus and teacher leader in the National Writing Project. Join the meeting here.
- March 14th: C3WP with Lorrie Henrie-Koski and Jill McKnight
- April 11th: Worlds Apart Not Strangers- Holocaust Education and IEFA
- May 9th: Writing in Science
Writing in Science Summer Intensive
This 3-day summer writing intensive on June 10-12, 2018 at Fairmont Hot Springs is to provide Montana educators with a community of learners, writers, and practitioners in writing and science. This workshop will offer resources for implementing the new Montana Content Standards for Science, as well as incorporating the MT Content Standards for English Language Arts. Educators will leave with a new perspective on integrating IEFA throughout the curricular areas, while using writing to connect ourselves, our students, and our communities to the content. The workshop is free! (Participants pay their own lodging.) Applicable to all grade levels. Registration limited to the first 30, so register now!
Questions? Email Christy Mock-Stutz- firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some Awesome Opportunities!
Smithsonian American Art Museum Webinar Series espcially for Montana Teachers! Wednesday, February 21, at 3:30- Thinking through Art: Landscape and Place. Join the meeting here.
Teacher Institute for Storytelling and the Visual Arts- Check out this great opportunity from the National Gallery of Art. They are inviting K-12 teachers to apply for a six-day seminar that explores connections between storytelling and the visual arts. Visit nga.go/teacherinstitute for information and the application.
Thanks for reading!
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