This workshop builds on the knowledge gained in WIT 101 & 102 and focuses on advanced note-taking and essay-level skills. As with all of our workshops, we pay special attention to scaffolds that allow access to rigorous content for all students, including those with varying proficiency levels in English and for students with disabilities. This is a hands-on workshop. Teachers will leave with activities they can use immediately with students and is appropriate for teachers of grades 3-12 in English language Arts (ELA) and Social Studies.
*CTLE hours: 12 (for those teaching in New York State)
June 27, 28 & 29, 2023
9am - 2pm EST
$1,000 per person or $900 per person for 3 or more teachers from one school*
Offered remotely to individuals or site-based teams
*The fee for this WIT workshop (four virutal sessions) is $1,000 per person. There is a discount of $100 per person for teams of 3 or more from the same school.
Michelle Brochu is a Senior Strategic Inquiry consultant and a certified trainer in both Strategic Inquiry and WIT. She is an adjunct instructor in Educational Leadership at Hunter College, City University of New York. Prior to joining Strategic Inquiry, she worked for over 20 years in New York City as a senior program officer and instructional specialist at New Visions for Public Schools; an Assistant Principal at Henry Street School for International Studies; a founding co-director of the Bronx Lab School on the Evander Child’s Campus; an AUSSIE literacy consultant; and a classroom teacher.