Participant Responses: When Teachers Write – Casey Daugherty
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Session RatingHow do you imagine you might be able to use the strategies presented in this session in your classroom?What have you learned?
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5I think committing to writing every day for fluency is a great idea for my students. It is very helpful and doesn't require much time.Just write! It will make you a better writer.
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5I'm not sure how I will use this in my classroom, but I definitely left feeling inspired as a writer.
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5The power writing chart was awesome!Write every day.
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5Lists as mind-clearing and brainstorming.So much! This was the most engaging PD I think I have ever attended!
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5I loved the process. The time to think, be inspired.I can use the power writing charts on a weekly basis. I can also guide my students in Filling the Room with Words.
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5I use the lists/Fill the Room with Words...so great I'd like to try the power writing, and the two words to choose from could be from a novel or poem."You Get Your Life Back" Morning Pages → Yes. I've always remembered you saying your mom wrote notes on pad every day...XOXOXO.
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5I will use almost every strategy that we did in this workshop...very, very powerful!That I can get my life back...it's never too late.
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5Prime the pump.Prime the pump.
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5I can use the power writing charts on a weekly basis. I can also guide my students in filling the room with words.I learned about power writing.
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5The power writing activity is going to help me work my AP students toward their timed writings. I will also use the Fill the Room with Words.Everyone struggles to write and to teach others to write, and that's okay. Continue to struggle.
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5Workshop days and power writing with charts. We'll start next week!
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5I will give my students time to write...whatever.Practice makes practice easier. To write, to teach writing, to be a student of writing—we must write.
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5Everything. I loved the power writing!New strategies!
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4I love the skit. I also like the idea of having students write about themes.
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4The power writing is a powerful piece I hope to use.I have learned to take the time to write.
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4Giving my students more intentional time to write each day.It's important, essential that I write, too!
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4Power writing.
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4I imagine I will be using power writing a lot as a way to get my students focused on the topics they write essays about.I learned that writing doesn't always have to be serious in order to be useful/smart/helpful.
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3I love the short writing activities, but I worry about my students' lack of pride in personal accomplishment. Most of the time it seems as if they don't see the difference in success and failure.I am a slow writer.
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3Power writing.Building stamina in writing.
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3I might use the power writing to show students how fluent they are.That writing over a period of time increases experience that can increase quality.
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3Some writing harder to incorporate in my HS social studies, but can be done.Everyone can do this!
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3I want to incorporate more opportunities for students to be creative with their writing. Some of these things could work for that area.This session was refreshing, and I think a lot of my students would feel this way, too.
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2This session was not applicable to lower elementary at all.More writing is needed each day so that students become better writers.
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2It would be helpful to get students to brainstorm.
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1I will do a power writing with them. Maybe (?)Uhm?
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