Carol Aubrey is the creator and program developer for Incite to Write. She is an author and educator specializing in Writing, Higher Order Thinking Skills, Creative Learning and Creativity. A resident of Florida for 15 years, she provided teacher training for the Florida Dept. of Education and the FL Dept. of Cultural Affairs, and worked as a consultant and trainer for the school districts of Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade Counties.

A Kennedy Center Partners-in-Education educator/artist, Carol is a long-time arts integration advocate and practitioner, and she is a frequent speaker and presenter at educational conferences. While an Adjunct Professor for Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, she traveled around the country training teachers in their innovative M.Ed Creative Learning Program, a program that specializes in using the arts as a strategy to teach the core curriculum.

Carol’s unique and highly successful curriculum development achievements in Language Arts and Writing have been recognized and rewarded through the numerous local, state and federal grants she has received. The strategies that comprise the Incite to Write program have been developed in the classroom and fine-tuned over a decade. Incite to Write has been a success from the start, serving thousands of students every year from both public and private schools, as well as students who are homeschooled and in alternative education programs.

In 2008, Carol created +Writing & Reading Specialists to further the scope of Incite to Write. Using Incite to Write as its program, +Writing & Reading Specialists became certified by the Public Education Department of New Mexico to offer supplemental educational services to students in Title I schools who scored below average on state standardized tests. In 2013, +Writing & Reading expanded to serve Title I students in Montana, California and Washington. As a provider of supplemental educational services, +Writing & Reading Specialists and the Incite to Write program have a 97% success rate in improving students’ scores on state standardized writing tests and writing prompts

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FALL 2017

IMG_060 Fall is an energizing time of year. The cool air is perfect for outdoor activities and sports. Long hikes in the woods or nearby parks are a great way to witness the leaves changing colors, especially on windy days when the leaves are falling everywhere.

LEAF HAIKU. Have your kids gather some leaves and glue 3 to the left side of a piece of paper, under each other in a column, like bullets. To the right side of each leaf, students write one line: a vivid memory or description of their walk or gathering that particular leaf. Write a line next to each leaf, thus creating a 3-line haiku. Remind students to use adjectives and feeling words. For older students, research the rythym and progression of a haiku verse.


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INCITE TO WRITE teaches students how to be powerful communicators in written and spoken English. The writing program consists of four modules: - Writing Foundation: Building Paragraphs;
- Grammar & Descriptive Language;
- Narrative Writing;
- Explanatory & Opinion Writing.

Each module contains active and fun strategies designed to develop a student's critical and creative thinking skills as well as self-confidence in the writing process. Parents may also purchase Get It Right! units for individualized, one-on-one instruction with an Incite to Write tutor.

The Incite to Write Curriculum aligns with Common Core State Standards: Language Arts and addresses Writing, Speaking & Listening, and Language.

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