Summer workshops with Barry Lane
Igniting a Passion for Non-Fiction Writing : a 2 day Writing Workshop with Barry Lane : Bring engagement and vigor to academic writing instruction and send STAAR scores off the charts!
For teachers 3-12 and all teachers of writing, any level.
“Amazing, we increased STAAR writing scores from 30% to 73% passing in one year using Barry’s strategies’
Melissa Skinner, Principal, Charlotte,Tx
Dates and Locations
Registration $399 per person
(Principals attend free when three teachers register from the school)
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This is the best instruction I have had for STAAR writing since STAAR was implemented. So glad someone is looking out for the teachers!
Pamela Anthony, high school, Yoakum, TX
What a wealth of ideas! Mr. Lane provides wonderful techniques to use in the classroom while at the same time being entertaining and a delight. I would recommend this workshop to anyone in any area of education. Maelynn Webb , grade 4
I had no idea how to light a fire under my students–Now I do! I feel like I have the tools and confidence to guide students successfully on their writing journey. Amy Francis ( grades 9-12)
Excellent seminar. Every teacher/administrator should attend. It will change what you do in the classroom to help students become more successful in their writing. Jim Moon, Principal
I have learned numerous strategies and ideas that I am very excited about implementing in the classroom. Moreover, Barry Lane’s training is suitable for ELA teachers at every grade level! Cicely Driver grade 7
I absolutely loved this workshop! It was just what I needed. I am so thankful for the wealth of knowledge I have gained today! Lauren Webb, grade 3
My STAAR scores improved dramatically after implementing ideas I learned from Barry Lane, but more than that, my students now love to write. Mary Burke, grade 4
Amazing ideas, simple to implement–yet so exciting for my students!
Amy Byrd, grade 4
The best workshop I have attended. The lessons are simple, but super effective for younger and older students.
Naomi Fuentes, 11th grade