Super Saturdays for Teachers

For PLC participants, meetings are to be moved online. Please keep an eye out for an email from your PLC lead.

FALL 2020 SERIES

  • September 12, 2020

  • October 10, 2020

  • November 7, 2020

Teachers may attend workshops of interest which are not their grade level assignment. 

At Super Saturdays, teachers and students participate in the presenter’s workshop, which includes demonstration, mentor texts, engaging strategies, writing time, and sharing.

1-3 units of graduate credits available for $150 per unit. Look into our Credit Information options for more details.

Note to Coaches: Participate for free, attending with one of your mentees! Register and scroll to the bottom of the ticket option to select “FREE Mentor & Coaching Ticket.”

Registration Fees
Online

Now online only

$20.00 per session
$55.00 for all 3 sessions

ESUHSD Teachers
Contact Jefferylynn Davis (davisj@esuhsd.org) for the latest conference request form. Complete and submit that form before the workshop you plan to attend. The district will pay your registration fee only.

 

Primary Students K-2

Writing Outside of the Box

with Aeriale Johnson

Do you love to write? Do you have a radical imagination?

Join us for this three-part creative writing series for young writers! Students will use their imagination and artistic talents to create multi-genre texts that they enjoy writing and share with excitement over and over again.

Save more by registering for ALL THREE sessions!

with Susan Seyan

Save more by registering for ALL THREE sessions!

Are you an emerging “alter activist,” a youth change-maker whose activism is based on lived experiences and relationships? Do you think about how distance learning has impacted you and your school friends? Perhaps social media platforms like Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, or Snapchat have opened your eyes to real life causes in the world around you? Hone your argument writing skills in this three-part series while pursuing a cause or concern about which you are concerned.

Middle School Students 3-6

Writing to Change the World

 
 

High School Students 7-12

Writing with Story at the Center

with Martin Brandt, Jane Gilmore, and Kate Flowers Rossner

At its heart, every powerful piece of writing is an impassioned story. How might we better understand academic writing if we were to reimagine it as a form of storytelling? What if we were to teach the essay itself as a kind of story—the story of an idea? In this workshop series, SJAWP Associate Directors will explore how we can use the terms of storytelling to write the kind of essays that keep our readers engaged and eager to see what will happen next. 

Session 1 September 12 Understanding Essays as Stories

SJAWP Associate Director Martin Brandt 

 

Session 2 October 10 Writing College Essays with Power and Authenticity

SJAWP Associate Director Jane Gilmore 

 

Session 3 November 7 Leveraging Stories to Elevate Argument Writing 

SJAWP Associate Director Kate Flowers-Rossner 

Save more by registering for ALL THREE sessions!

ADDRESS

San José Area Writing Project

English Department, FO 126
1 Washington Sq

San Jose, CA 95192

CONTACT

sanjosewritingproject@sjsu.edu

*due to COVID, office is closed. please email.

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