Free Writing Training + Resources

Teaching Writing Remotely

Learn how to teach writing remotely, with or without technology.

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1 Hour Training for 3rd-5th Grade Teachers

In this training, you will learn:

The Challenges of Teaching Writing Remotely

Writing is a difficult subject to teach remotely for many reasons. We'll discuss some of the challenges you'll encounter and come up with a plan to overcome them. 

How to Prepare a Plan of Action

I'll help you prepare a plan of action for your individual situation. I'll be providing 30 days of print and digital writing lessons for you to use remotely after the training, so these lessons will be a big focus of your plan of action!

How to Transition Back Into the Classroom

The end goal is to support students in their learning until we can get them back into the classroom, so we will also focus on how to transition students back into the classroom to continue writing.

You Will Also Receive:

1 Month of Free Writing Lessons

Get a month of my favorite writing lessons, with extensive teacher examples + student organizers to use to support your students. 

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Digital Student Organizers

Do your students have devices at home? You'll also get all of the student organizers digitally, ready to be assigned in Google Classroom!

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Don't miss out on crucial writing instruction time.

This training will show you exactly how to keep your students creating quality writing pieces while they're working remotely. After the training, I'll be giving you 30 days of lessons (digital and print) to use to teach writing remotely. I'll also be following up with you weekly to check in and support you!

The live training happened on March 17th, but sign up now to watch the replay and get your 30 days of writing lessons!

Hosted By April Smith

April taught grades 3-8 over the span of 12 years before leaving the classroom to provide professional development and engaging teaching resources for teachers around the world. She has experience working with a variety of student populations. Her main goal is to make writing instruction more authentic for students, while simplifying the process for teachers and preventing overwhelm. 

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