Guess what? I’m going to be facilitating a class for Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach’s Powerful Learning Practice. The six-week course is on Project Based Writing, a strategic way to bring in authentic assessments and meaningful learning into any Language Arts program, elementary through secondary.
If you know anything about my teaching style, it’s about reciprocal learning, engaging instruction, and breaking down the walls between school life and real life. But it’s always easier to jump start into a new unit if someone has tried strategies out already, which is where this class comes in. Throughout the six-week series, I share what’s worked, provide downloadables, and help guide the participants to create Project Based Writing units that cater to their own classroom. By the end of the class, the participants will come away with lessons created by and shared by everyone to adapt and use in their own practice.
To find out more about this new class, you can read here for an interview I gave to online awesome guru, Sir John Norton Esq.
What I like about PLP is how they combine both asynchronous discussions using ning with synchronous weekly webinars using Elluminate. It gives a texture to virtual professional development that I’m proud to be a part of.
So check it out, and I hope to see some of my readers there!