Secondary Writing Conference

Description:

Come learn an instructional approach designed to target writing instruction for special education students preparing for participation in the Writing SOL tests.

Who Should Attend? Secondary English teachers, general education or special education responsible or initial or remedial instruction in reading for grades 6-12.

Cost: $10.00 (to cover cost of materials and a boxed lunch)

Speaker Information: William Van Cleave is in private practice as an educational consultant whose specialties include morphology and written expression. A nationally recognized speaker, he has presented on effective teaching practices at conferences and schools around the country since 1995. His high level of enthusiasm and energy, his interactive style, and his passion for working with teachers make him an effective presenter. Recent projects include providing the professional development component of a school improvement grant in Oklahoma City, participation on the RtII Writing Standards Committee for the State of Pennsylvania, and incorporation of a Trainer of Trainers project with Wichita Unified School District using his sentence structure approach. The author of three books, including Writing Matters and Everything You Want To Know & Exactly Where to Find It, as well as a number of educational tools and activities, William has served as a classroom teacher, tutor, and administrator in the private school arena at various points in his career.

Date(s):
7/17/2017 8:30 AM - 7/17/2017 4:30 PM
Location(s):
New Bridge Learning Center 
5915 Nine Mile Rd 
Henrico, Virginia 23223
Contact(s):
Christine Young
(804) 828-8151
cyoung@vcu.edu
Tag(s): All Disabilities Curriculum/Instructional Methods High School Literacy Middle School SOL Resources