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Write with Three Teachers Talk

A strong community has many voices, and we are seeking to grow ours at Three Teachers Talk.

Three Teachers Talk _Call for contributors

We’d like to invite you to join the conversation around readers-writers workshop in your high school English class. Credibility spikes when you share your writing with your students, but for a wider audience of your contemporaries, your voice as a teacher–engaged in a student-centered classroom practice of choice and challenge–begs to be heard.

We invite you to be a regular contributor if you —

  • Are a high school teacher, instructional or literacy coach, or administrator who advocates for choice via readers-writers workshop practices, including self-selected reading and authentic writing instruction
  • Your thinking is guided by the tenets of National Writing Project and our mentors, namely, Penny Kittle, Donalyn Miller, Kelly Gallagher, Nancie Atwell, Tom Romano, Lucy Calkins, Thomas Newkirk, Linda Rief, and more
  • Can commit to sharing writing that highlights details from your instructional practices, your personal and/or professional reading, and everyday teaching experiences

If you are interested in growing your own thinking around readers-writers workshop, strengthening your writing through authenticity, reflection, and publication, and amplifying the voices in our conversation about workshop, please fill out this Google Form.

We thank you for your interest! Please spread the word and invite your friends and thinking partners to join us in this important conversation.

Gratefully,
Three Teachers Talk

 

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