All posts in Exhibition

Empathy Mapping, Brain Writing, and Teachers Who Tell Their Learning Stories

This spring, I had the opportunity to work with¬†teachers¬†from southern Erie and Cattaraugus Counties. Our initial sessions challenged teachers to define writers’ craft, the process, and the values and habits […]

Celebrating Writers in Progress: The Guide to Organizing a Quick but Fabulous Exhibition

It’s important for young writers to share their work with audiences who are truly interested in receiving it, yet time for exhibition is often tight, and when it comes time […]

Four Steps to Creating an Installation of Learning Made Visible

Gone are the days when WNY Young Writer’s Studio writers celebrated their accomplishments by participating in readings or showcasing their anthology submissions. We celebrate our published writers to be sure, […]

Distinguishing Exhibition from Celebration in the Writing Workshop: Pins, Pics, and a Quick Guide

Celebration is a cornerstone of traditional writing workshop models. Here, writers share their work with eager audiences, typically in their local school communities. Exhibition differs celebration in important ways. Here, […]