Writing across the Curriculum in K-12 Education

Please join the WAC team, the Area 3 Writing Project, and the Writing Ambassadors for a panel about writing across the curriculum in K-12 education. 
 
Day/Time: Wednesday, April 13th from 4:00-6:30
Location: 126 Voorhies
 

All panelists are teacher-leaders with the Area 3 Writing Project.  They often design and present workshops for service area schools and districts to improve the instruction of writing across the curriculum.

Bob Crongeyer teaches 5th/6th grade GATE at Taylor Street School in Robla School District.  A teacher with 29 years of experience, Bob was named Teacher of the Year 2013 for Sacramento County.   Bob co-directs the Area 3 Writing Project and the annual Invitational Leadership Institute in the Teaching of Writing as well as serving as a member of the NAEP Standing Committee for writing assessment.

Jeanne Feeney teaches middle school science and language arts at Natomas Charter School’s PACT (Pursuing Academic Choices Together) Academy.  She has taught for 25 years, many as a science teacher. She is also a Google Certified Innovator and was named Natomas Charter School’s Innovative Teacher of the Year 2013.

Alicia Carter, a teacher with 16 years of experience, currently teaches at Natomas Charter School’s PACT Academy where she supports homeschooling students and families in grades K-8. Previously, she was a middle school math teacher as well as  a primary teacher.  Alicia has also served as Project GLAD trainer.  

Kevin Little teaches English and AP English Lit at Pleasant Grove High School in the Elk Grove USD.  He has also taught middle school language arts, mythology, poetry , create writing and English 1A at 

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016 -
4:00pm to 6:30pm
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