Writer’s workshop is a fantastic instructional tool in the elementary English language arts classroom, but it can be overwhelming because there is so much to do. This blog post breaks down how to run a successful writer’s workshop in your upper elementary classroom. It goes over behavior management, writer’s workshop schedule, teaching mini-lessons, and publishing student writing. Each section has more in-depth tips for the ELA teachers! Click through to read the post.
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April began her career as a 5th grade teacher in 2008 and quickly developed a passion for creating engaging educational materials to share with fellow teachers. She now works with districts around the country, training their teachers and leaders on how to implement research-based strategies and differentiation techniques that meet the needs of diverse learners.