Argumentative Writing Online Conversation Today! 

Learn more about argument writing and the C3WP! Join the online conversation, today, Wednesday, March 18. Link to the conversation here at 3:45 pm. Join a community of teachers from across the state as we have a lively discussion! Guest host Jill McKnight, Teacher and Teacher-Consultant from the Elk River Writing Project, will host this meeting. See you there!

Summer Writing in Science Intensive June 10-12 at Fairmont

This 3-day Summer Writing Intensive is to provide Montana teachers with a community of learners, writers, and practitioners in writing and science in implementing the new Montana Content Standards for Science, while using writing to connect ourselves, our students, and our communities to the content. Teachers will learn specific ways to support writing in the content areas, while integrating Indian Education for All seamlessly throughout instruction. June 10-12, 2018, Fairmont Hot Springs. Details: No Cost, Participants pay lodging. ($95/night, addt'l $15 per extra adult in the room) 20 Renewal Units. Please email Christy Mock-Stutz if you have any questions. Register soon! The Summer Writing Intensive has been very popular, and only a few spots remain. 

Smithsonian Webinar Series #2: Native American Art and Artists: How Do You Find Artworks to Use in Your Classroom?

The Smithsonian American Art Museum tailored three webinars specifically for Montana teachers! Join the live conversation as they offer the 2nd live webinar on Tuesday, March 20. Topic:  Native American Art & Artists: How Do You Find Artworks to Use in Your Classroom? Tuesday, March 20, 2018 (3:30 – 4:30 p.m., MT) Join the live online presentation here.

Thanks for reading! 
Christy Mock-Stutz
English Language Arts & Literacy Instructional Coordinator