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Video from the workshop with Michael Tortorello.

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Comment by Rachael Bernstein on November 12, 2016 at 12:10pm


Comment by Aubrey Salita on November 13, 2016 at 7:13pm


I loved learning from him last year and I have tried to incorporate all of his techniques throughout last year and this year but it is certainly nice to have a refresher and hear new and cool stories!!!

Comment by Ruby Schroeder on November 15, 2016 at 5:54pm

I think these techniques and ideas will greatly improve my writing.  I enjoyed the way he would ask the students to do something and they would know where he was coming from without any explanation.  It made a lot of sense to me.  I will defiantly look back on my notes of this video before our next show.  

Comment by Noah Coon on November 26, 2016 at 1:28pm

Still one of my favorite workshops! I love this workshop because it is such a great reminder of how to write without being boring and predictable. I have been trying to use more descriptive writing in my reviews, but I always tend to slide back into qualitative writing. This workshop really helped me get back into the "descriptive mindset" and I hope it shows in my upcoming reviews!

Comment by Madi Nelson on March 27, 2017 at 1:27pm

watched (I guess my original comment never uploaded because it still says missing on Class Dojo so I just rewrote my original comment)

I like the connection Michael brought with everyone in the workshops. This hands on engagement creates a much more helpful experience. I am also glad that the techniques discussed can help me improve my reviews by all the elements I want to include and keep the detail flowing. 


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