Teaching of Writing Series
Session 3 of 3
Courtney “Court” Stevens grew up among rivers, cornfields, churches, and gossip in the small town south. She is a former adjunct professor, youth minister, and Olympic torchbearer. She has a pet whale named Herman, a bandsaw named Rex, and several acclaimed novels with her name on the spine: Faking Normal (a Georgia Peach nominee), The Lies About Truth, the e-novella The Blue-Haired Boy, the award-winning and three-starred Dress Codes for Small Towns, and forthcoming Four Three Two One. As an educator and author, she visits schools, designs retreats, and teaches workshops for teachers, writers, and humans who like words.
SESSION 3: Supporting Great Writers : Moving Students from Good to Great with 10 Writing Strategies
This is the last session in a three-part series focused on the teaching of writing. Each session in the series requires separate registration and will be posted on www.ngresa.org.
We’re talking about teaching writing in a single sentence, paragraph, and page, conquering personal fears related to writing, and critiquing at a higher level. You’ll write. You’ll learn. And you’ll walk away with classroom exercises and resources to teach writing in a brand-new way.
North Georgia RESA
November 18, 2019 - Grades 6-12
$75 in area fee
$150 out of area fee
(Registration fee includes lunch)