Here we go again!

Well Summer is winding down – we’ve already got our first school visit of the year in the books – Chardon Middle, right down the road from our house.

In the small world department – the assistant principal there is the nephew of our dear international teaching friends Diane and John Salminen who are now in Nansha, China where we have worked with them twice – as well as in Jakarta and Abu Dhabi.

So – here’s our schedule so far for the coming school year – we can still add some mor visits so if you’re in the need of a couple crackpot poets from Cleveland Ohio who specialize in student workshops and professional development re: writing across the curriculum, vocabulary development, public speaking , and just good old creativity drop us a line.

Sept. 7-11 Ruamrudee International School, Bangkok, Thailand

October 1-2 Grizzel Middler School Columbus, Ohio

October 20 The Writing Conference, University of Kansas

October 22-24 KSRA Pennsylvania
November 1-6 French International School Hong Kong
November 9-11 Canadian International School Hong Kong
November 16,17,18 Western International School of Shanghai
January 25-29 AISM Maputo, Mozambique
Feb 1-5 AISL The American International School of Lusaka, Zambia
Feb 8,9 ISL International School of Lusaka, Zambia 
Feb 10, 11 LICS Lusaka International Community School, Lusaka, Zambia
Feb. 12 Baobab College, Lusaka, Zambia
Feb. 13 ISAZ Conference: Independent Schools Association of Zambia – full-day workshops for independent schools in Zambia, hosted at AISL
March 21-25 ISB Belgrade Serbia
March 29-April 1 The American School of Budapest, Hungary
April 5-8 American School Warsaw, Poland
We’d love to work with you and your students – drop us a line.

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