What you'll learn

Authenticity means keeping it real, and in Learning Stories that means using a writing "voice" (or tone) that resonates as yours - that you find comfortable and that parents recognize as you.

If you get the "voice" right, your stories will be that much more engaging. Easier said than done! Allyson will take you through the steps.

In this session, you'll learn what a writer's voice is, and how to develop one that is individual, authentic, and confident.

The goal of this session is not to completely alter the way you write learning stories, but instead to make you aware of ways you can enhance your writing, convey meaning, and better reach children and families.

Certificate available at completion.

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Your Instructor

Senior Instructor Allyson Montana

New York, United States
Allyson has a Masters in Education and is currently working on her PhD. She has spent many years in the classroom and the last two years as the PD Director at Educa.

Allyson has presented on Learning Stories and other ECE PD at a number of conferences, including the McCormick Institute's Leadership Conference, the SALSA Learning Story Conference, and Head Start and Hilltop.

Allyson has two children, and is a fierce advocate for quality early childhood education.