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Friday, February 25 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Content-Area Writing: Writing to Learn, Learning to Write

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What if a convention session could make it easier for you to help students succeed with writing in your content-area classroom? I’ve heard from many teachers who feel ill equipped in this area. “How can I help students who struggle with writing in my class? What are some effective strategies? Are there creative approaches that might be more engaging for my students?” This session was created as a direct response to these questions. We’ll look at the value of writing as a tool for increasing student engagement and learning. Most importantly, we’ll explore practical strategies to help all students succeed. Then you can just put your feet up and cruise through the rest of the year! Haha. JK–you’re a teacher! (But it’ll help, I promise.)

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Robin Pawlak

Children's Author
An English language arts teacher for 31 years in Red Deer, Robin retired in 2016. He has since authored two novels for children, and has various other projects in the works. He enjoys the calm, quiet life of a writer, but also loves to nip out of his office as often as possible to... Read More →

Friday February 25, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am MST
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