The Radical Possibilities of “What Are You Working On?”: Student-Driven Learning in Writing Conferences

By Laura A. Taylor   Take a moment to think about a recent teaching day. What kinds of activities were your students doing? Perhaps there was a mini-lesson introducing students to a new writing tool, a small group strategy lesson, a collaborative analysis of a mentor text, peer conferences giving feedback on recent work, time for…

Dear Readers, We Want to Hear from You!

Writers Who Care Readers, We continue to strive to further our mission and goals as the peer-reviewed blog of ELATE’s Commission on Writing Teacher Education by building our community of authors, expanding our audience, and engaging with our readership. In order to best serve you, we’d love to find out more about you and what…