Last Call: Join Us at the WNY Young Writers’ Studio Celebration of Writing

I’ve been offline a great deal over the last few weeks, wrapping up my school year and gearing up for the start of our new season at the WNY Young Writers’ Studio. We have some exciting things in the works, and I’m looking forward to meeting and working with a bunch of new writers and teachers this year!

This Saturday, teachers and writers and parents and administrators from across our region will be gathering at Pinnacle Charter School to share what they’ve learned during their year-long fellowship with the WNY Young Writers’ StudioPlease consider joining us for the morning, sharing what you’ve learned about writing and teaching, and getting to know those who are a part of our program. The draft of our schedule of events is below! We’ve left some room for you…..wanna come? Online registration is here.

Location Session 1

10:00-10:20

Session 2

10:20-10:40

Session 3

10:40-11:00

Session 4

11:00-11:20

Table A Creating a Time Management Challenge for Writers

William Barsottelli

Wonder Walking and Roald Dahl

Nina Stockman

Brainstorming Strategies

Bethany Strong

Table B Learn How to Ask for and Give a Great Peer Review

Cathy Smith

Favorite Books that Fuel My Writing

Melanie Izard

Expanding Your Sentences With Draw, Label, Caption

Elizabeth Luick

Writing a Lead

Mrs. Moore from Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School

Table C Writing Inspired by Travel

Eliza Lefebvre

Writing Contests and Online Communities

Tish Albro

Project-Based Learning:

Every Soul a Star

Mrs. Smith from Alden Middle School

WNY Young Writers’ Studio Internship Experiences

Sarah Hanson

Table D Digital Storytelling Demo

High School Intern Alyssa Frey and Elementary Writer Group A

Digital Storytelling Demo

High School Intern Alyssa Frey and Elementary Writer Group B

Table E Writer’s Notebooks

Mrs. Sheri Barsottelli and William Barsottelli

Starting Your Own Blog

Monica Wrobel

Using Google Docs to Write a Collaborative Novel

Abby Clements

Book Share:

Ophelia Joined the Group Maidens Who Don’t Float: Classic Lit Signs on to Facebook

Jenna Kersten

Table F Digital Storytelling

Emily Gailbraith

Overcoming Writer’s Block

Matt Nichy

Table G Courageous Writing and Journaling

Miranda Lefebvre

Telling a Story With Pictures and Music: Animoto

Laura Stockman

Making Comics in the Classroom

Catherine Leach from Clarence Central Schools

Portfolios and Student Writing Samples

Mrs. MC from Alden High School

Table H
Table I
Classroom Number:

Tech Playground

The Evolution of Microsoft Word

Luke Toney

Tech Tools That Help Writers

Andrew and Luke Toney

Tech Tools That Help Writers

Andrew and Luke Toney

Creating Stop Motion Videos

(and Demo)

Andrew Toney

Classroom Number: Blogging With Students

Mrs. Dianna Kolek, Mrs. Cheryl Hass, and Clarence Central Students

Readings Tish

Monica

Mrs. Leach Nate

Sarah

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