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In this workshop for all ages, Montreal-area poet Tara McGowan-Ross takes emerging writers on a trip through the process that she developed to write her document-poem STRIKE MOTION —a resistance poem layered directly on top of the actual document her university department used to go on strike in 2015. This workshop is FREE but space is limited. To register: awe@atwaterlibrary.ca.

At #NCTE21, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from inspiring speakers who care about literacy as much as you do. The art of teaching and learning writing, reading, speaking, and listening is multifaceted, complex, and rich with possibility.

Apply for money to help fund an innovative classroom project! Grants for Excellence in Teaching (GETs) are designed to fund classroom projects that exemplify the very best in teaching practices in English Language Arts and which can be shared with other teachers across the province.

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New Year’s Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar, with the exception of Israel Information provided by www.officeholidays.com

Join Rebecca Păpucaru to read and write poems about hypochondria and hypervigilance, our bodies – but those of others, too. Authors to respond to may include Billy Collins, George Bowering, James L. Dickey, Sylvia Plath, Robert Pinsky, and Elaine Equi, among others. Beginners to advanced students, writers and readers alike are welcome to a full-bodied conversation as… Read More »Creatively Exploring Our Relationships with Bodies: A Poetry Workshop

Nominate a teacher today! ATEQ’s three awards recognize teachers and educators for their excellent work and dedication to the profession, as well as pre-service teachers who distinguish themselves during their final year of study.

LCEEQ Conference 2022, “The Reflective Practioner” will provide the opportunity for reflection and collegial exchange on a number of issues including: a deeper understanding of learning, how the curriculum should enhance such, the role of assessment, equity, and diversity, optimizing technology, and the importance of health and well-being for all.