Teachers are often looking for the best ways to differentiate for all learners in their classrooms. The workshop approach to teaching offers an authentic approach to meeting the needs of every single student. In this session, Lisa will provide participants with a look into the writing workshop in her classroom, how she considers all students’ needs, and what she does to engage everyone in writing.
This is the 3rd session in a 3-part series, Educators in the Spotlight: Effective Literacy Practices Straight from Classroom Teachers and Leaders. Attend one session for $20 or all three for $50.
ABOUT LISA GUNDAKER
Lisa has been a classroom teacher for 18 years, having spent all 18 teaching kindergarten and/or first grade. She has taught in Pike Township at Central Elementary School and at the Butler Lab School 60 in Indianapolis Public Schools. Lisa has been a participant with the Partnership for Inquiry Learning throughout her career. Most recently, she was a part of the writing group for four years where she worked to hone her craft in writing workshop. Lisa is passionate about the workshop model as it lends itself easily to differentiation and offers students a sense of ownership of their work as they become authentic authors of their own stories.