What does it mean to be a teacher-writer?
The answer may surprise you.
Basically, a teacher-writer is a teacher who writes. (Just like a student-writer is a student who writes.)
So many teachers who come to our Time to Write Workshop inside the Teach Write Academy tell me that they avoided joining us because they were not a published writer.
While publishing is certainly something a writer can do, it is not everything.
Here at Teach Write, a teacher-writer is anyone who works within the realm of education who has a desire to grow a writing habit.
At any given time in a Time to Write Workshop (our writing space inside the Teach Write Academy), you'll find educators who are:
* Journaling in their notebook
* Working on a poem
* Composing a blog post
* Writing a letter
* Working on our monthly writing challenge
* Creating writing samples for school
* Creating lists
* Plugging away at their dissertation
While we do have a few members who are published authors, a majority of us are not.
We are just educators who love to get together to nerd out over all things writing.
Does this sound like something you'd like to be a part of?
Join the Teach Write Academy today and you'll see how welcoming and fun it is to grow with us into the writer you'd like to be inside our amazing community of other educators who are doing the same.
There's really no-risk – Attend a workshop and try it for a week. If you don't enjoy it, we'll give you your money back.
Just click here to join us and give it a try.
Because you can be ANY kind of writer you want to be!