How to Become a Teacher who Tweets and Blogs, Fall 2018

How to Become a Teacher who Tweets and Blogs, Fall 2018

Join teacher writers Karla Hilliard, Jessica Salfia, and Shana Karnes for a one day interactive workshop on blogging and using social media in a high school ELA classroom.

When: Fall, 2018

Where: TBD


  • Karla (@karlahilliard) is the Executive Vice-President of WVCTE and actively blogs on the WVCTE Best Practices Blog and for the education blog, Moving Writers.


  • Jessica (@jessica_salfia) is the President of WVCTE, a writer of both poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, actively blogs for the WVCTE Best Practices Blog, and was the 2016 winner of the West Virginia Fiction Competition.


  • Shana (@litreader) is an adjunct professor at WVU, is a member of WVCTE, NCTE, the National Writing Project, and blogs for Three Teachers Talk.



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