#TCRWP June Writing Institute (22-26)

Where’s some inspiring learning about writing this summer?


At Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (Columbia University)

Opening Keynote Monday, June 22nd, with Lucy Calkins

(More information as soon as the Trail Guide is available!)


What will be this summer’s highlight?


Follow #tcrwp for inspiring tweets all week long!


2 responses

  1. Fran, as an experience TCRWP writing participant, what things are you packing besides clothes and enthusiasm? I am bringing along the WRITING PATHWAYS book. –Cindy @CindyAdams20

    1. Cindy,
      My list:
      Lunch on Monday – 2,000 people will be trying to eat at the same time 😦
      Listening ears!
      Comfortable shoes
      Layers – temp varies from building to building
      $ for book sale – some books are ridiculously LOW priced
      Flag post-its (mark every day in trail guide a different color so you can choose your closing sections – some sessions may repeat so you MUST have a strategic plan)
      Tech – computer/tablet for notes – as well as a device to take pictures when they go 100 mph and you just need a picture.
      Back up battery or power source for phone/tablet
      Are you year 1? Did you get a letter from section leader? (Bring whatever they say)

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