Our 4th Annual
31-Day Writing Challenge
Join with other teacher-writers from around the world this October in the #TeachWritetober22
31-Day Writing Challenge.
Here at Teach Write, we believe that teachers who write make the best teachers of writing.
Our #TeachWritetober Challenge is just one way we help teachers immerse themselves in their writing practice so that they can become stronger writing teachers.
The goal for anyone participating in #TeachWritetober is to spend some amount of time writing every day in October. You decide how much time -- it can be a set amount of minutes every day or just a daily habit to visit the page.
All #TeachWritetober participants check in every day on an accountability spreadsheet to track their progress. Miss a few days? Don't be surprised if others come to check in on you!
How does the #TeachWritetober Challenge work?
Commit to working on your writing habit in some way every day in October.
Sign up here to let us know you are participating.
When you do, you will receive more information as well as emails with inspiration to help you keep going all month long.
Check in on the daily accountability tracker every day whether you wrote or not.
Share your writing progress on your social media using #TeachWritetober22 and #TeachWrite.
What should you write?
We don't want "I don't know what to write" to stop you from visiting the page every day. So we will provide you with a daily "Write Now" calendar to use for inspiration.
Want to work on your own writing project instead of our prompts? That's perfectly fine too!
The point is that you will spend time with your writing craft in some way every day for 31 days.
Need other ideas?
Write a poem a day
Revise a work in progress
Write a blog post
Complete Morning Pages (or Anytime Pages if mornings are rough for you)
Challenge yourself to explore writing in a new genre
Work on a draft of a book, journal article, etc.
Write in your notebook for 31 days straight