These are just a few of the many questions about writing workshop that teacher and nationally known staff developer Megan Sloan has been asked. With Into Writing this workshop veteran sets out to answer these and the other most commonly asked questions about teaching writing well.
 
From September to June, Sloan’s answers break down the workshop piece by piece so you can make the most of it. She examines the ins and outs of writing workshop through four overarching principles of practice:
  1. Differentiate to address each writer’s unique needs.
  2. Make every minute count by designing instruction that sticks.
  3. Share your experiences with students to build trust, encourage choice and community, and model how real writers work.
  4. Emphasize writing to support reading.
If you’re new to writing workshop, Into Writing will be a handy, inspirational guide for implementing and sustaining it. If you want to improve your workshop, you’ll have a troubleshooting manual that’s easy to use and that’s as focused on helping writers reach their potential as you are.