Webinar classes are conducted worldwide via Adobe Connect, Writing Foundations’ private learning management system, and myriad delightful emails from Ms. B., an award-winning teacher and accredited IEW instructor with over thirty years of experience. Webinar classes meet once a week for 32 weeks from September through May. Each class runs about 90 minutes.
2017-18 Class Schedule – US Central Time
Minimum required enrollment: 8 students per class
*Any class that receives fewer than 8 registrants by August 15, 2017 will be canceled, and a full refund will be issued.
Maximum enrollment allowed: 15 students per class
Regular Registration: June 15, 2017
5 monthly payments of $140/month
Late Registration: August 15, 2017 and beyond
5 monthly payments of $150/month
Writing Foundations’ weekly webinar classes help students ages ten and up build strong writing skills!
Levels Half, One, and Two lead students on a comprehensive journey of mastery in foundational writing skills. By the time students complete Level Two, they will be well-prepared for senior high, AP, PSEO, and college-level courses where they will be free to think about what to write rather than how to write.
Strong writing skills develop like mental muscles. As it takes time and a lifestyle of exercise to build physical muscles, it takes concentrated time through a season of practice to build writing muscles. As students grow developmentally while in training, their writing skills burgeon, and these powerful skills become a natural part of their abilities. For this reason, many students take each level for two years in a row. To foster a fresh perspective, we use new materials for inspiration, sources, grammar, and vocabulary each year. No two years of any level are ever the same!
The Writing Foundations dynamic duo, Ms. B. and Miss Z., provide the weekly lessons, helpful handouts, relevant assignments, technical editing, and encouraging feedback as they meet with students in a live webinar setting once per week. Parents need only provide light proofreading, homework guidance, and accountability throughout the rest of the week.