Writing in Science Summer PD

with Betsy Rupp Fulwiler

Funding provided by Applied Materials Grant in partnership with RRISD Partners in Education Foundation

Writing in Science with Betsy Rupp Fulwiler

The RRISD Elementary Science Curriculum Department is excited to welcome Betsy Rupp Fulwiler, author of Writing in Science and Writing in Science in Action!, thanks to grant funding provided by Applied Materials. We are extremely thankful to Applied Materials for their donation and partnership with Round Rock Partners in Education Foundation which made this grant possible to expand the impact of Writing in Science in RRISD.


Betsy Rupp Fulwiler is a former classroom teacher, veteran science curriculum consultant and developer of the nationally known Expository Writing and Science Notebooks Program in Seattle Public Schools. Ms. Fulwiler has also served as a reading specialist and editor. RRISD is honored to welcome back Ms. Fulwiler in sharing her innovative Writing in Science instructional approach which deepens students' understanding of science concepts while developing expository writing skills.


Reserve your spot in eCampus soon as space is limited.

Session information listed below.

Writing in Science in Action - Elementary Level I

Date: July 29, 8:30-3:30

eCampus # 4537.27058

Description: This session will provide participants with an overview of the essential components of the Writing in Science instructional approach. This research-based approach has been proven with diverse student populations to effectively deepen understanding of Science concepts while developing skills in expository writing. Register in eCampus soon to reserve a limited spot in this exciting learning experience you won't want to miss!

Writing in Science in Action - Elementary Level II

Date: July 30, 8:30-3:30

eCampus # 4537.27059

Description: Intended for participants previously trained in the Writing in Science instructional approach, this session will provide participants with the opportunity to delve deeper in the development of focus questions and student notebook entries, ideas for formatively assessing student notebook entries, and a more in-depth discussion of essential components of the Writing in Science instructional approach. Register in eCampus soon to reserve a limited spot in this exciting session you won't want to miss!