Writing Instruction Workshops

For English and Social Studies Teachers

Three-Day Online Workshops in July 2022

ENROLL TODAY

Writing Instruction Workshops

For English and Social Studies Teachers

Three-Day Online Workshops in
July 2022

ENROLL TODAY
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"I'm blown away by this training!"

Join Marco Learning's expert teachers for a transformative professional development experience this summer. Unlike traditional PD, our workshops focus on more than just academic theory or curriculum development. We focus on practical skills with lesson plans that are ready to implement immediately in your classroom. We also cover a wide range of topics, including supporting English-language learners, time-saving strategies for grading, and practical methods for building a culture of writing in your school community.

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For new and experienced teachers

All sessions will be recorded

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Writing Instruction Workshops - July 2022

Writing Instruction Workshops - July 2022

High School Social Studies

High School Social Studies

Human Geography

July 12, 13, and 14

11 AM ET – 5 PM ET

For all high school social studies teachers with special breakouts on writing skills in social studies classes, diversifying your curriculum, and historical research skills.

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High School English

High School English

ENGLISH LIT

July 19, 20, and 21

11 AM ET – 5 PM ET

For all high school ELA teachers with special breakouts on supporting ELL students, creative writing, college essays, annotating with purpose, and effective feedback.

$399.00Add to cart

Middle School History

EUROPEAN History

July XX

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Middle School Writing

ENGLISH LIT

July XX

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Meet Your Mentors


John Moscatiello

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John Moscatiello is the founder of Marco Learning. He has been a teacher, tutor, and author since 2002. His career began at the Princeton Review, where he taught the SAT®, ACT®, SAT® Subject Tests, AP® Exams, ISEE®, SSAT®, SHSAT®, GRE®, GMAT®, LSAT®, MCAT® Verbal, and TOEFL®.  John has trained hundreds of teachers, written content for 13 test preparation books, and worked as a college admissions consultant. He starred in more than 200 educational videos for the Princeton Review’s SAT®, ACT®, and GRE® self-paced courses. John’s academic career began as a Spanish major at NYU, where he used AP® credits to graduate a full year early. He then pursued graduate degrees in history from Fordham and Notre Dame, where he taught undergraduate students. He was a Fulbright scholar to Spain in 2012. John’s academic work has been published in both English and Spanish.

Tom Richey

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Tom Richey has been teaching AP® courses for 11 years. Since 2012, he has been helping students prepare for the AP® U.S. History, AP® European History, and AP® U.S. Government and Politics exams through his YouTube channel. He has published over 300 videos, helping students with both exam content and writing. Although initially focused on helping students prepare for exams, Tom has recently focused on helping teachers understand the requirements of the exam, with a knack for breaking down labyrinthine guidelines into plain English. He completed graduate coursework in history at Clemson University and he and his family still call Clemson home over a decade later. When he's not teaching, Tom enjoys playing guitar, taking walks, and making an occasional meme.

Katie Upton

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Katie Upton has been teaching for 15 years, helping students become college and career ready. She has taught English courses ranging from 7th grade English Language Arts to Composition I at the college level. In the past three years, she has quickly become an expert in AP® Language and Composition and a leader of the AP® Capstone program. Katie has a plethora of experience in educational professional development. She has led professional development at the building, district, area, and even global level, focusing on helping teachers blend 21st century learning with educational practices that have stood the test of time. Beginning her career in Oklahoma, Katie has also taught in Kansas and now calls Texas her home. A former basketball coach herself, Katie spends her free time cheering on her two boys in all that they do and supporting her husband, a head girls’ basketball coach.

Heather Garcia

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Heather Garcia has been teaching since 2004, and has taught English courses ranging from 9th grade remedial to AP® English Language and AP® English Literature. She has taught public speaking, Dual Enrollment Skills for College Success, and has also taught English Composition at Florida Gulf Coast University. She is a professional development leader in her district, running annual new-teacher trainings and is now the Curriculum and Instructional Specialist for her district for grades 6-12. She has been an AP® Reader and was a presenter for AP® English Literature at the 2019 AP® National Conference in Orlando, and her specialty is helping students build their skills in analytical reading, critical thinking, and insightful writing. Heather has a BA in English, and an MA in English, and an MA in Writing. She lives in Florida with her husband and two young children, and spends her spare time (LOL) writing young-adult fiction.

*The 20% discount is for new enrollments only into the 3-Day, 3-Day + AP Teacher Support bundle, or 1-Day Summer Workshops by June 1, 2021.