#TCRWP Writing: Day 1

Today begins with registration

Photo ID and email from TCRWP

Required for entrance

Lucy Calkins

Keynote at Riverside Church

“Artistry in the Teaching of Writing”

Session I

Celena Larkey

“Ratchet Up the Level of Your Students’ Writing by Teaching Them Revision: Tapping into the Power of Mentor Texts and Checklists (K-2)”

Lunch

Rebecca Cronin

Social Media Butterfly Cafe

Networking for Bloggers

Session 2

Colleen Cruz

Power Tools, Methods and Strategies:  Access and Support for English Language Learners and Kids with IEPs in the Writing Workshop (4-8)

Closing Workshops

To be forced to choose from:

Amanda Hartman

Christine Holley

Lauren Kolbeck

Lindsay Mann

Rachel Rothman

Dani Sturtz

Brianna Friedman-Parlitis

Kathleen Tolan

Eric Hand

Jennifer Keen-Thompson

Carl Anderson

Colleen Cruz

Katy Wischow

teachers college

Just knowing that later this week

Keynotes will include . . .

Ralph Fletcher

Jack Gantos

Pam Munoz Ryan (Echo)

This week

Living a writerly life!

What’s on your “learning schedule” on this fine, fine Monday in June?

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8 responses

  1. This it’s very exciting, Fran! You have an exciting day planned. I see what you mean when you say “forced to choose”! I am looking forward to reading your blog, as always. I hope to visit #TCRWP someday. ~Amy

  2. Amy, it’s a week like no other!!! Total immersion in a world of writing!!!

  3. Sooo jealous! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Ann,
      Getting accepted is the hard part.

      Paying for every penny on my own seems so easy once accepted! ❤

  4. Fran, thanks for letting those of us who have been able to attend TCRWP live vicariously through you. I was able to send myself twice for the reading workshop. But sadly, my school district has just adopted a program. My reading and writing heart is breaking. Even though I can’t use the wisdom from TCRWP in my classroom, I will continue to learn “on the fringe” and squeeze in the relevance of real writing and reading as much as I can with my first graders. I’ll be following your posts and cheering you on! Thanks for letting us all in to your experience.

  5. What a great day – having to choose! Thank you for bringing TC home to the rest of us, Fran! Can’t wait to read all about it.

    1. You are welcome, Dayna! It would be perfect to have you here AND have tickets to Hamilton!!!!

  6. […] Today begins with registration Photo ID and email from TCRWP Required for entrance Lucy Calkins Keynote at Riverside Church "Artistry in the Teaching of Writing" Session I Celena Larkey "Ratchet Up the Level of Your Students’ Writing by Teaching Them Revision: Tapping into the Power of Mentor Texts and Checklists (K-2)" Lunch Rebecca Cronin Social…  […]

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