Write to Learn

The Annual

Write to Learn Conference

will be ONLINE

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Keynote presenter: Carol Salvo

Purchase the book Boosting Achievement here:

We will still have our highly regarded breakout sessions
featuring interactive presentations by
Shenandoah Valley Writing Project Teacher Consultants

$75 per person
$100 after September 2

Join your colleagues at this annual event in our first-ever online, virtual Write-to-Learn Conference.

Keynote speaker: Carol Salva, ELL Instructional coach, co-author of Boosting Achievement, and Abydos writing trainer on supporting ELL students in writing.

1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 12, 2020.  LIVE

An additional Interactive session with Carol Salva, “Grade-Level Writing for Students with Interrupted Formal Education,” will be offered at 10:00 a.m. Saturday to the first 20 participants who sign up when the conference launches September 5. (No additional fee.)

Order Carol’s book Boosting Achievement here:

Your enrollment will permit access to online, pre-recorded teacher presentations. Attend at your own pace September 5-12. 
Follow-up Q & A sessions with teachers from pre-recorded breakout sessions will be held Saturday, September 12 throughout the day. (No teacher Q & A will be held during the online Keynote and interactive session.)  

An email will be sent with online access to all sessions just prior to the start date. 

Below is a listing of the presentations offered by SVWP Teacher Consultants:

  • Exploring World View through Writing, Aaron Cosner, Harrisonburg VA
  • Revising Word Choice to Address Mood, Alison Beck, Floyd T. Binns Middle
  • Looking Past Deficit, Mary K. Tedrow, SVWP Director
  • Prewriting Strategies for Narrative Writing, Amanda Burton, Daniel Morgan Intermediate
  • Using Graphic Novels to Improve Literacy, Beth Buerkel, Daniel Morgan Middle
  • Writing to Enhance Science Learning, Danielle DeChristopher, Garland R. Quarles Elementary
  • Writing Argument Across the Curriculum, Donna Shrum, Central High
  • Language Experience Approach for ELLs, Jennifer DiMarco, Garland R. Quarles Elementary
  • Helping ELLs find their Voice in Writing, Katy Schain, John Handley High
  • Giving ELLs a Voice, Continuum of Talk & Writing, Kimberly Peterson, Winchester Public Schools
  • Bringing Audience into Student Writing, Paul Anderson, Warren County High
  • The Introvert’s Way: If we build it, They will come, Susan McGilvray, Harmony Middle
  • Real-World Writing: Product Review and Google Classroom, Todd Wargo, Central High
  • Writing to Speak: Boosting ELL Confidence, Karla Pino, Daniel Morgan Middle

Professional Development Recertification Points
based on certified attendance

 sponsored by
Shenandoah Valley Writing Project**
Division of Education and Leadership

Shenandoah University

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: