Read the Writing, Teach the Writer

Join me in Atlanta in October for a hands-on workshop! MDR-Culham-skyscraper-0816As writing instruction continues to evolve, I’m committed to ensuring educators like you are prepared to meet their writing goals. That’s why I want to personally invite you to attend my upcoming hands-on session from Stenhouse Workshops.

Read the Writing, Teach the Writer:
Smart Ideas to Transform Writing Instruction for You and Your Students

A full-day, hands-on workshop with Ruth Culham

October 21, 2016 • Atlanta, GA

Now is your chance to learn first-hand my latest thinking on strategies for effective writing instruction. These will empower you to teach writing in a way that really reflects how today’s students are thinking and learning.

Here are the areas I will cover:

  • The Writing Process for Every Age
  • Smart Assessment for Busy Teachers
  • Mentor Texts to Read Like a Writer

Space is limited, so reserve your seat today. Visit or call 1-844-685-1551. Because this type of learning is very conducive to groups, we are offering special pricing if you send more than five from your school or district.

I hope you’ll be able to join me for this can’t-miss event. – Ruth


About Ruth Culham

RUTH CULHAM has written more than 40 books and best-selling resources illuminating both writing and the reading-writing connection for countless educators around the globe. Her groundbreaking work with the writing traits and writing from reading is the culmination of 40 years of research, practice, and passion. Ruth’s most recent books, The Writing Thief: Using Mentor Texts to Teach the Craft of Writing and Dream Wakers: Mentor Texts That Celebrate Latino Culture, are available from Stenhouse Publishers. She also conducts professional development for schools and districts and writes a regular column for The Reading Teacher.
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