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Poetry for STAAR Workshop
with Gretchen

Join us in Richardson on Tuesday, February 18!

Gretchen Bernabei and Laura Van Prooyen have put together a wonderful new process to “pop the hood” on a poem to discover what makes it work, using text structures to unlock the engine of a poem so you can:
  • Weave reading and writing together in one class period
  • Teach students to joyfully read, analyze, and write poems
  • Boost your STAAR reading and writing scores!
REGISTER HERE for the Richardson Poetry workshop.
  • Jennifer Martin will teach her “Stemology” strategy for improving multiple choice reading scores.
     
  • You'll also learn the QA12345 strategy for writing constructed response questions and answers.
CLICK HERE for the detailed workshop agenda.

What people are saying:

“I highly recommend. I gained so many tips, tools, and resources that I cannot wait to use. There were hundreds of “ah-ha” moments.” ~Nicole Link LeBlanc

“Best training I have ever attended!” ~Megan Stewart, grade 4 teacher

“These ideas, lessons and messages WORK! You have turned us into expert writing teachers. I feel refreshed and have learned so much!” ~Kelsey Barbour, grade 4 teacher

“The year I implemented the Grammar Keepers strategies, my 7th grade STAAR revising and editing scores went up 20%.” ~Rebekah Jacobson, grade 7 teacher

“Engaging, stimulating and magical days of knowledge that I can immediately take back to my classroom and implement with my students. These are lessons that will challenge and enrich every reader and writer.” ~Marie Cleary, grade 7 teacher

“Thank you so much! What I’ve learned is going to help my struggling EOC kids so much!” ~Aidan Apperley, high school teacher

“Using your strategies, the confidence level of my babies went through the roof!” ~Genevieve Tellez, high school teacher

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