Whereabouts

I’m looking forward to these upcoming professional adventures, and I hope we cross paths somewhere along the way!

Saturday, January 18, 2014: “Blogging for Beginners (Teachers, Students, & Others)”
Playdate DG58: A Literacy Blizzard, O’Neill Middle School, Downers Grove, Illinois
8:00-12:00 a.m.

Monday, May 12, 2014:  Hosting #engchat on Twitter with a discussion of “English Teachers and Families.”  7-8 p.m. EST.

Thursday, November 20-Sunday, November 22, 2014:  National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Friday, November 21: Event D.42: Research Roundtable 3: “It Makes My Practice Deeper”: Stories of Teachers’ Professionally-Oriented Participation Online. 2:30-3:45 p.m. Woodrow Wilson A, Gaylord National Resort. With Luke Rodesiler, Sarah Andersen, Brian Kelley, Cindy Minnich, and Meenoo Rami.

Friday, February 27, 2015: Writers Week XXI with Kevin Brewner and Tony Romano, William Fremd High School, Palatine, Illinois

Wednesday, March 11, 2015:  Nerdy Book Club review of Read Between the Lines, the new book by Jo Knowles in print on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

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One Response to Whereabouts

  1. I saw the announcement of your next twitter session and that led me here. Do English teachers ever Skype authors? As a classroom event, I mean, not a whole school event. We are all literacy advocates, can explain in various and very personal ways what reading and writing have meant to us, how we have been changed, sharpened, expanded by literature. We can also share our own writing methods, try to demystify novel writing, etc. We can’t begin to do what you do, of course. But maybe we could enhance it in some small way?

    I think most writers charge Skype fees, I do. But some (including me) will happily Skype free if there is no budget money available. Just a thought.

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