|Presented by:||Jennifer Seaton|
|August 29, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM|
|Location:||Le Goff School|
|, Cold Lake, AB|
This workshop is geared for any teacher responsible for teaching narrative writing with a focus on grades 2-7. Understand the key characteristics of narrative writing as well as a proven, practical, research-based methodology that works in the real world of the classroom! Come away with specific lesson plans with clear objectives that empower you to:
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
After attending only one workshop, Jennifer Seaton quickly realized that Empowering Writers was the practical approach to teaching writing that she had desperately been searching for. Not only did the skills she learned transform her instruction and help create effective writers, but they also brought the fun back into the process! After 17 years in public education, Jennifer made the decision to join the EW team as a trainer so she could passionately share these impactful skills with others. She holds degrees in both Interdisciplinary Studies and Educational Administration, and currently serves as EW’s Director of Learning and Development. Living in North Central Texas with her husband and 2 teenage daughters, she enjoys spending time with her family at sporting events and stock shows!
Registration Deadline: August 26, 2019
Registration Fee: $475.00
Registration fee includes a continental breakfast and lunch.