free workshop | multiple times available
You've never been this excited about teaching writing...
... if you are ready to confidently deliver your writing instruction and actually see your students transform into rockstar writers...
Then it's time to request an invite to The EB Writing Program!
Watch this short workshop to learn about our foundational EBW Approach© that our teachers use to get remarkable results. You'll get an invitation to join us at the end!REQUEST AN INVITE
Join us in this FREE Literary Analysis Workshop where you'll learn:
- Our reliable activity to kick-start your writing unit that is sure to motivate your students in their learning from the get-go.
- The magic of "Spiraling Your Writing Units," and how it can help you cover all of the standards - even if you have a 42-minute class period.
- Our 4 proven pillars that actually work for helping your students master those tricky-to-teach writing standards.
- Simple steps for finally being able to leave meaningful feedback in less than 5 minutes! (No, seriously.)
What do teachers think about the EBW Approach©?
You're a Middle School ELA Teacher
who is ready to take your Writing Instruction to the next level and create engaging, rigorous lessons for your students.
You want to help your students master the writing standards
but you just aren't sure where to start when it comes to planning meaningful lessons for your writing classroom.
You're committed to growing
your own understanding of teaching writing and building your confidence so that you can be the writing teacher you dream of being.
Get to know us!
Caitlin & Jessica
Founders of EB Academics, with 25 years of combined experience teaching middle school ELA.
This all started when we were both teaching ELA across the hall from one another at a school in L.A. One summer, we launched an ELA camp to help students get ahead for the summer, using the frameworks we’d developed for our own classrooms. It was a runaway success, and we realized that we wanted needed to share what we’d discovered with other teachers.