The Conference

Sunday, November 6, 2016
Pre-Conference Meet-Up Session & Registration
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.  

Monday, November 7, 2016
Location: Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library 
Time: 8:30-3:00

Registration
    8:00-8:25
Opening/Writing Into The Day
    8:30-8:50

Hallway Conversation
    8:50-9:00

Breakout Sessions
    9:00-10:15
  •  Workin’ On Workshops
  •   Just Do It: Celebrating Writers
  •   An Invitation To Write Across The Curriculum
  •   Thinking Beyond, But Within, Multicultural
  •   Writing Creatively With Elementary And Secondary Students
Hallway Conversation
    10:15-10:30

Breakout Sessions
    10:30-11:45
  •   Myths And Facts About Writing
  •   Community Engagement Using Writing
  •   Writing Across The Curriculum: Research And Writing From Kindergarten To Graduation
  •   Reader’s Theater/Quick Writes Across The Curriculum
  •   Teaching For Social Justice In The English Language Arts Classroom
Lunch (Provided)
    11:45-12:45

Breakout Sessions
    12:45-2:00
  •   Up Close And Personal: Writing For Self
  •    21st Century Writing
  •    Student Research Partnered With Written Conversational Feedback
  •    Helping The Diverse Learner Find Their Writing Voice
  •    The Idea Is Easier Said Than Done: A Writer And Illustrator Collaborate In Self-Publishing
Hallway Conversation
    2:00-2:15

Closing/Writing Out Of The Day/Door Prizes
    2:15-3:00

Feel free to visit the Sabatini Art Gallery, the Friends of the Library gift shop, and the Topeka Room at any time throughout the day to find inspiration for your personal writing or to help support the generous Topeka & Shawnee Public County Library. A National Writing Project Teacher Consultant will be available to facilitate your art gallery and Topeka Room visit. 
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