Being The Change In Your Professional Learning Communities With Beth Rimer
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In this episode of Write Answers, we talk to Beth Rimer (again!) about how we can be the change we wish to see in our Professional Learning Communities. We discuss what we should hold on to, what we should let go of, and where we might empathize to better understand the struggle. Beth also talks about a really cool teaching practice called "Breather Routines"! Find Beth Rimer on Twitter: @BethRimer Find Noah on Twitter: @MrWteach Find OWP on Twitter and Instagram: @owpmu If you are interested in starting a student-led writing center in your high school, Betsy Woods from Milford High School in Milford, Ohio is hosting a small group for an informal discussion and tour on Monday, December 6 from 12:00-1:00 at Milford. If you are an educator in southwest Ohio who can get release time from your school on December 6, contact Betsy at to join the small group. The Ohio Writing Project specializes in professional development for teachers. OWP does on-site PD with schools as well as virtual, hybrid, and in-person courses teachers can take for college + CEU credit. The Ohio Writing Project also features a masters degree program for teachers through Miami University. Featuring the renowned “4-Week”, the OWP’s Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program is both practical and transformational. If you have a great idea that we should feature in a future episode, email Noah at We would love to hear from you! Learn more about the Ohio Writing Project + Programming: GET INVOLVED! Want to be kept in the loop for future OWP events? Email us here:
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