Committing to an inclusive, representative, and equitable language arts curriculum is important and challenging work. Where do you begin?
You begin with the mission of the #DisruptTexts movement. (continue reading)
Attending professional development and learning the research behind these terms is important so that we don't build an inaccurate version of what they mean for your role in education and the impact they have on leaders and learning communities. (continue reading)
The number 2020 once signified perfect eyesight, or clearer hindsight gained from the passage of time. For the world of education, 2020 now represents a high-stress whirlwind of redesigning teaching and learning, far outpacing the prior, frequent changes in education, all while still living in and surviving a pandemic. (continue reading)
This fall, we will continue to provide high-quality professional development to you on a wide range of topics — virtually!
What does this mean? It means that no matter where you live, you have many more choices than before. It means more options for finding something that fits your goals and schedule. (continue reading)
At this week’s TCRWP Twitter chat, Katy Wischow and Audra Robb will lead a discussion on recharging your workshops after testing. If you or your students are experiencing post-testing slump, don’t miss our experts chatting about how to combat that in fresh, exciting ways. (continue reading)