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Blog to Learn: Blogging to ignite learning in and out of the classroom

blogIn this workshop students will use the writing process to develop a blog about a burning question from their professional or personal lives. We will generate ideas, outline, draft, revise and publish at least two blog posts. Experienced bloggers will get the impetus to revitalize their current blogs and/or generate ideas for new ones, while novice bloggers will depart with a live blog on WordPress.com, and a working knowledge of basic free blogging. The workshop includes writing activities that can be used directly with students grades 2-12.

Michelle Quraishi Hackel has enjoyed presenting workshops as a BAWP Teacher Consultant since 2001. A former Spanish bilingual kindergarten in San Francisco and 2/3 Head Teacher at Mills College Children’s School, she’s now focused on her career as a children’s book writer. She maintains two blogs—A Mom Next Door: Reflections on marriage, life with children, writing for children and other transformations; and Words Like Rain, her new Author Website/Blog. She also enjoys teaching at BAWP Young Writers Camps each summer.

BLOG TO LEARN: BLOGGING TO IGNITE LEARNING IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM
July 11 – 15, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Grades: All
Registration Fee $330