Incite to Write is an approved educational program in several states, providing state-wide supplemental services under federal ED legislation. For over 18 years the Incite to Write program has helped thousands of students overcome their fear of writing and become confident in both written and spoken English. Students have learned to use the process of inquiry to sharpen their critical and creative thinking skills, and to become observant, curious and responsible participants in their education.
Testimonials from Educators & Parents
“The INCITE TO WRITE program is a fun and creative method of teaching young students to feel successful and be successful at writing. I noticed significant improvements in the critical thinking and writing skills of my kids. I highly recommend this program.” Mimi Mangines, Parent

“My 3rd grade son found writing difficult, and because he wasn’t perfect at it, he’d give up before he even got started. Incite to Write changed him. He’s had so much fun creating stories and doing Punch the Period that now he’s not afraid to pick up a pencil.” Catherine Lian, Parent

“Elizabeth is filled with ideas on what to write. She asks lots of questions to give her writing details and she’s using adjectives and descriptive details.” Nancy Warren, Parent

“My 13-year old son loves the writing games. He’s made progress in writing down his thoughts and working with him is no longer a struggle. I like the strategies, too. They have helped me become more creative; I’ve gained confidence in homeschooling my son.” K. Simmons

“Daniel’s self-esteem has gone way up. Daniel is 13 years old, and it is such a relief for me to see him finally enjoying writing. He likes using his imagination, and we have fun doing the activities together.” Sonia Perez, Homeschooling Parent

“Carol is a dynamic educator. Teachers across the state have been excited by her creative program. Her workshops are full of innovative ideas.” Deborah Weir-Khan, Coordinator, Literacy Workshops, Florida Dept. of Ed.

“She is a master storyteller, workshop presenter and educator. I wish every teacher in every county had the opportunity to work with Carol and the Incite to Write program.” Dana DeMartino, Arts Administrator, FL. Dept. of State, Div. of Cultural Affairs

“Incite to Write is powerful, practical and fun for both teachers and students. After Carol’s workshop, the teachers were recharged and inspired, and they are enjoying success with the writing strategies in their classrooms.” Dr. Judy Stettler, Principal, Vieja Valley Elementary Sch, Santa Barbara,CA

“Incite to Write is a dynamic, fun, engaging and effective writing program. I was amazed at how much my students’ writing and critical thinking skills improved in a relatively short period of time. While other writing programs may only focus on grammar and language arts, Incite to Write teaches children to think critically and creatively as well as learn and fine tune writing skills. I highly recommend Incite to Write!.” Devorah Sarah, Teacher, Santa Fe, NM

“Carol transforms the common into the extraordinary. Her unique talents make her a much sought after presenter.” Dr. Kathleen DiBona, Principal, Dania Elementary, Broward County, FL

“The teachers and artists were so enthusiastic about your workshops and wished you could have stayed an extra day. All of the participants felt inspired and ready to implement your techniques into their lesson plans.” Sue Downs, Arts Education Director and Coordinator, Kennedy Center Partners in Education “Arts for Learning Teaching Insitute”, Univ. of North FL

“Excellent workshop and presenter! Carol’s activities are all interactive and well planned. Great ideas, very student centered, and fun.” Dr. Maria P. deArmas, District Director, Div. of Advanced Academic Programs, Miami-Dade Public Schools

“Ms. Quiroga’s workshops always energize teachers. She gets them laughing as they actively participate in the writing strategies they will take back to their classrooms. She makes learning fun.” Nancy Reese, Safe Schools Center, School District of Palm Beach County, Florida

Summer 2017

IMG_060 Summer is a good time to remember that writing is an art form, not just an academic subject. Kids deserve a break from academics, so in the summer, emphasize the creative side of writing. Have an "Imagine Hour" after sports or physical activities or when it's just too hot to do anything but sit around.

Sitting under a big shade tree with a bucket of cold water for hot and tired feet is a great set-up for writing - free from the distractions of TV and video games inside the house. Outside there are no walls, and a whole lot of life is happening every minute - just by looking down at the world of insects, or looking up and seeing the passing clouds, not to mention everything that can be seen and heard in between.

Stories are great vehicles for the imagination. They can be short ones or a long story that is continued over the whole summer. Every story has a who and where - so suggest interesting characters or animals that the story can be about to help get your kids started, or suggest an exotic or strange location, like a new planet in outer space, inside a gigantic ant tunnel, or on a melting ice cap in Alaska. Have a bag filled with interesting objects nearby, so whenever your kids get stuck in their writing, they can draw an object from the bag to give them ideas.


Visit my new program, Storytellers & Writers, an after school dual language program that combines the Incite to Write strategies with storytelling.


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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