South Jersey teachers may be eligible to have their districts pay their tuition for the Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway. This opportunity is open to educators whose school districts are members of the Southern Regional Institute (SRI & ETTC). If this doesn’t apply to you, visit the registration page.
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Murphy Writing Present
Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway
January 16-19, 2015
Stockton Seaview Hotel
Galloway, NJ (Atlantic City area)
The Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway is a conference where educators hone their writing skills and expand their teaching strategies. It was founded on the belief that when writers leave behind the distractions of their busy lives to gather in an encouraging community, they are able to make important breakthroughs in their art. Now in its 22nd year, the Winter Getaway will be held at Stockton Seaview Hotel in Galloway, NJ over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend.
- Engage with the Common Core Standards by practicing different types of writing for different purposes and audiences.
- Choose from 16 workshops in fiction, nonfiction, screenwriting or poetry where they will read, write, revise and share their writing.
- Enjoy challenging and supportive sessions and insightful feedback.
- Earn 18 hours of PD credit.
Beginning and experienced creative writers are welcome. We firmly believe that every teacher—no matter the grade level or subject—is a teacher of writing, and that teachers who write become better teachers of writing.
South Jersey teachers may be eligible to have their districts pay their tuition when they register with ETTC hours.
“The Beginning Your Novel workshop helped me grow as a writer, teacher and person. I would encourage anyone needing inspiration to attend whether they consider themselves a writer or not.”
~ Jean, Mullica Hill, NJ, ETTC Participant
1. Check whether your school, college or organization participates in Richard Stockton College’s SRI & ETTC Consortium. View the list of participating schools.
2. Register using ETTC hours by visiting the ETTC workshops website, searching Keyword “Poetry” and completing the registration process. Your district will be asked to approve your utilization of ETTC Hours.
The conference will take place over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, beginning Friday evening and concluding Monday afternoon.
|7:00-9:30 pm||Opening Program|
Saturday and Sunday
|9:00 am-12 pm||Workshops - Choose from 16 workshops in poetry, fiction, nonfiction or memoir. See workshop choices.|
|9:00 am-12 pm||Workshops|
|12:15-1:00 pm||Closing Program|
View the full conference schedule.
Contact us: 609-823-5076 or firstname.lastname@example.org