Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Mary Ellen Ledbetter is an outstanding English/language arts teacher and national presenter. She is well-known for her fast-paced and strategy-packed seminars that focus on helping students significantly improve their writing skills while reducing teacher take-home paper load, whether you are teaching in a classroom or online. Mary Ellen's wealth of experience in secondary ELA classrooms has given her the ability to try dozens of ideas with students – she knows what works and what doesn't. She will give you numerous strategies you can use to help your students reach the writing levels required. She is the author of Strategies! Strategies! Strategies! Strengthen Your WRITING INSTRUCTION to Significantly Increase Students' Writing Skills (Grades 6-12), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar.
You will not want to miss this outstanding opportunity with Mary Ellen to receive dozens of ideas and strategies you can use to strengthen all your students' writing while saving you valuable time in the classroom or online!
What Your Colleagues Say AboutAbout Mary Ellen Ledbetter
"Once again Mary Ellen provided relevant and realistic strategies for effective Language Arts instruction. Knowing that there are creative, fun ways to hold students accountable gives me renewed motivation!"
– Regina Pasqualone, Teacher
"I loved all of the different ideas and strategies that we were shown. I plan on implementing many of them in my classroom to encourage my students to enjoy the writing process and to become better writers. Thank you so much!"
– Jen Harrington, 6th Grade English Teacher
"Through passion, the use of humor, and her own 'bag of tricks,' Mary made writing instruction clear and ready to use tomorrow!"
– Caitlyn Loew, Writing Teacher
"In addition to the helpful materials, Mary Ellen provided much-needed motivation. I am looking forward to introducing some new strategies in the classroom. Thank you!"
– Lisa Fiduccia, Middle School ELA
– Denise Mesdjian, English Teacher