Skip to content

Archive for

Slice of Life 9: KSRA, an Opportunity for Collaboration and Mentoring

By Janice Ewing

I’m in the process of collaborating with two former grad students in writing up a proposal for the Keystone State Reading Association Conference. The conference is not until October, but the proposal applications are due April 1st. (Rose and Aileen, if you’re reading this, we’re getting there!) The KSRA conference is always enriching and enlightening, and this year, with Rose Capelli at the helm and Aileen Hower on the team, it promises to be stellar. Last year, I was a co-presenter with PAWLP fellows and friends Lynne Dorfman and Gaetan Pappalardo. Planning and presenting together were energizing, as anyone who knows them can appreciate! Read more

Check out these Slicers!

Several PAWLP members are participating in the Slice of Life Challenge, organized by Two Writing Teachers. More than 200 teachers have committed to sharing a “slice of life” each day throughout the month of March. Janice Ewing has been sharing her “slices” daily here on Write.Share.Connect (click on the “Slice of Life” tab above). In addition, follow the links below to check out the “slices” of other PAWLP members:

Brian Kelley at Walk the Walk (latest slice: “Dance Loud. Dance Proud.”)

Jen Ward at Teacher Etcetera (latest slice: “As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip”)

Maria Selke at Maria’s Melange (latest slice: “Good News, Bad News”)

Rose Cappelli at Mentor Texts with Lynne and Rose (latest slice: “Celebrating International Women’s Day”)

Tricia Ebarvia at Room 290 (latest slice: “Two Questions to Encourage Creativity”)