Don’t blame technology for poor student grammar; instead, use it to reach students and improve their writing.
Bestselling co-authors Jeremy Hyler and Troy Hicks will demonstrate how digital and social media can make grammar instruction more authentic and relevant for your students.
We will explore how to teach students to code switch between formal and informal language, create flipped lessons, and enliven vocabulary instruction.
The Chippewa River Writing Project strives to enhance teacher practice and improve student writing.
- Sat, Feb 1, 2020
- 8:30 to 4:00, CMU Campus in Mt. Pleasant
- Room 117, College of Education and Human Services Building
- $75 per person by online registration before January 15, 2020, includes a copy of From Texting to Teaching, a light breakfast and lunch, and 5 SCECHs, pending approval.
- Same-day registration: $100, check payable to CMU.
Questions? Contact Troy Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org