We make inside of writing workshops to elevate the process.
And we transform our writing workshops into makerspaces for writers in order to elevate the traditional structures we’ve come value, too.
Making writing isn’t about ditching what works.
It’s about rethinking what writing is, in order to create future-ready workshops that honor best practices while making room for next practices.
I’m Angela Stockman, and I’ve helped hundreds of teachers do this work on the ground over the last ten years. I can help you, too.
In this course, participants will:
A short form book that explores the relationship between making and writing, future-ready workshops, and maker moves that elevate the process.
A guidance document that defines and supports the transition.
Designed for primary, intermediate, and middle school writers.
Watch me at work with real writers during an actual launch.
Do you have questions? I have answers. If these don’t suffice, please contact me.
When does this course begin, and how much will I be supported?
This is a self-paced online course. All necessary content is embedded within each course and lesson module. There are no grades, no deadlines, no scheduled meetings, and no need to work at an instructor’s pace.
May I earn PD credit for this course?
With administrator approval. Please contact me if you require a letter. This course takes six clock hours to complete.
Do you accept purchase orders?
Yes! Please contact me to arrange this.
What's the difference between an individual registration and a site license?
Individuals register to access the course themselves. A site license provides building leaders the opportunity to make the course available to an entire building staff.
Will you share my personal information?
What if I'm dissatisfied with the course?
You will have thirty days from the point of purchase to receive a full refund.