An interview of Kristin Ziemke- She will be doing a full-day workshop at The Write to Learn Conference. Interview conducted by Dr. Sam Bommarito
Here are a few facts about Kristen taken from the Write to Learn Conference website:
I’ve had the pleasure of attending workshops by Kristen at previous Write to Learn Conferences. Her workshops are engaging and always hands-on. Bring your electronic device (laptop, tablet, phone). You’ll need it to try out the many and varied things she will introduce you to. You’ll be coming away with many “take it home and use it on Monday” kinds of activities. You’ll find links to Kristen’s books and websites at the end of this blog. I found her webpage to be a major help during the times my teaching had to be all virtual. If you come for her session, you won’t be sorry. Let’s see what Kristen had to say during the interview:
- Tell us a little bit about yourself 1:18
- Tell us what’s happening in your WTL session 3:04
- Tell us about your books 6:27
- Closing thoughts 11:01
Here is a link to Kristen’s Website (LINK)
While you’re on it be sure to check out some of these wonderful resources:
Here are some of Kristen’s Books
As indicated, on Friday, March 4th Kristen will be giving an all-day workshop at the Write to Learn conference in Columbia, Missouri. This conference is co-sponsored by the Missouri Literacy Association (an ILA affiliate). BTW, I’ll be there for sure, and I’m scheduled to do a breakout session. In addition to Kristen, the conference will feature Matthew R. Kay, Molly Ness, and Berit Gordon. The conference is centrally located. It is held in Columbia, Mo. Here is a link to the conference LINK. More information about the conference now follows. Hope to see you there!!!
Dr. Sam Bommarito, aka the centrist who uses ideas from all sides to inform his teaching
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