In celebration of Family Literacy month, we are excited to have Peter H. Reynolds as a special guest host for the November Wonderopolis #WonderChat. The chat will take place Monday, November 4th from 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. We will be discussing what a WONDERful and wonder-filled classroom looks like and how to inspire students to wonder and write. In addition, Peter will be sharing how to inspire and nurture innovation and creativity in ALL learners.
Peter's books The Dot, Ish, Rose's Garden, I'm Here, So Few of Me, The North Star, Sky color, and his latest book The Smallest Gift of Christmas, inspire children and "grown up children" with his messages about authentic learning, creativity, bravery, empathy, and courageous self-expression.
Peter also inspires teachers and students from around the world to "make your mark" by participating in International Dot Day. This year's Dot Day had over 1.3 million participants in over 84 countries.
To help inspire educators and school leaders, Peter and his twin brother Paul, launched the Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning and Creativity (TLC). The center is a not-for-profit organization that encourages creativity in innovation in teaching and learning. It is dedicated to ensuring that all learners develop the vision of confidence, knowledge, and skills needed to move their own lives forward, and to use their talents, strengths, and energy to move their communities and the world to better place.
We look forward to having Peter share his vast knowledge Monday, November 4th at 8:00 PM and look forward to you joining the conversation! Be sure to use the hashtag #WonderChat!
"I'm optimistic about a future where all children are encouraged to navigate their true potential. We have to be creative in the ways we reach all learners -- to help them find their voice, be brave about expressing it, and be inspired to use their gifts to 'make their mark.'" --Peter Reynolds
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