Don’t miss this 90 minute live webinar with noted author, former teacher, and school visit expert, Suzanne Morgan Williams. Fees are: $25 for current SCBWI members, $30 for not-yet-members, and free to Michigan P.A.L. members. It will be great for illustrators, pre-published, and seasoned presenters. The best school visits are age appropriate, energetic, engaging, and add value to the curriculum. How do you design amazing presentations? Gain confidence in your performance, teaching, and negotiations? How do you get schools (or more schools) to hire you? Handouts, exercises, and the online presentation will help you plan programs based on your strengths, your books, and students’ needs. Suzanne Morgan Williams will share her best tips for connecting with schools and negotiating fair deals. If you’re serious about giving presentations that leave schools buzzing, tune in. The webinar will end with an optional online question and answer time. Homework and supplemental information will be forwarded to registered participants prior to the live event. Your link to the webinar will be active for three months after the event. Click below to register! Seats are limited and filling quickly… Register
School Visits Demystified
If you are planning school visits, check out this great websitehttp://schoolvisitexperts.com/ for information on how to organize your visit and optimize communication with school personnel. They offer general how-to and how-not-to tips from pros, too.
Superior Hills Elementary School Visits
I so enjoyed meeting the 4th graders at Superior Hills Elementary School. They were respectful listeners and thoughtful contributors to our conversation about writing, reading, and animal adaptations in the winter. Thanks for the opportunity to spend time in your school. Remember, if you can think, you can write!
Just firmed up a visit schedule with the 4th grade classes at Superior Hills Elementary School in Marquette, MI. Hello Mrs. S. Anderson’s class, Mrs. J. Anderson’s class, and Mrs. Menhennick’s class! I’ll see you the last week in October. Since we are heading into our chilly seasons, we’ll talk about writing and my story of how animals… Read more »