Welcome to the June 15, 2019 edition of the Teach Write Writing Round-Up. (Halfway through June already....WOW!)
Every week, I gather tips for teaching writing and for growing as a teacher who writes and put them right here all in one place.
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Our friend Angela Stockman (of Make Writing fame) shares how to build a summer writing notebook (and why you should) on this Cool Cat Teacher podcast.
Author Jess Keating explains why instilling habits into your life can boost your creativity in her post, "On Morning Pages & Sweaty Socks."
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Confused about when to use the semicolon? This post from The Write Practice will teach you how.
Life is stressful. Writing can be stressful. Enjoy these tips for stress reduction for creatives from the Seekerville website.
Summer is the perfect time to explore your creative side! This post from Bridget Webber and the Medium website shares some great tips for tapping into your creativity. (Love the one about limiting beliefs!)
The Time to Write! Online Writing Workshop is a chance for you to work on your own writing project, set some writing goals, and get the support you need to make meeting those goals happen!
The Focus on Fiction Online Writing Workshop for those teacher-writers who would like to try their hand at writing fiction. We will read Lisa Cron's Story Genius (affiliate link) as our guiding text. Come stretch yourself and your writing skills in this fun group!
Would you like to learn about how you can build a writing habit? How being a teacher who writes makes you a stronger writing teacher? If you are new to writing or are looking to refresh your skills, join me in the Building a Writing Habit Online Workshop and learn how!
If you've been itching to start a writer's notebook of your own, but don't know how to do it, this is the course for you! We will spend time learning new ways to build our notebook, and talk about how we can bring this practice into our classroom.
I will see you back here next week for the next edition of The Writing Round-Up. Wishing you a wonderful week with lots of memorable experiences to write about!
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