Join us Thursday, April 26 at Industrious - 1722 Routh St Suite 900, Dallas, TX 75201.
In this session, teachers will delve into the process of teaching their students the skill of using non-fiction text to develop and enhance their writing. Often, as writing teachers, we struggle with where to start when teaching our students how to write formal essays and timed writing samples. During our time together, we will practice the step-by-step process of how to push students to become stellar writers and how to support you as a teacher in the process.
Rene Arnold is a career educator who has spent the past decade working as an English teacher, curriculum director, and instructional coach. She taught high school in Charlotte, NC and served as a writing and literacy coach for students and teachers in Charlotte, NC and Dallas, TX. Rene is a graduate of Syracuse University with a masters degree in magazine and online journalism and Southern Methodist University with a masters degree in Education (concentration in K-2 reading and writing) and a graduate certificate in executive coaching. She is a passionate urban educator, who has experience teaching struggling students to become expert writers. With that passion and experience, Rene founded Kindle Brilliance, LLC and serves as a consultant in schools to support ELA and social studies teachers in how to teach their students in how to use the world as their classroom and put their knowledge on paper.