The Writers Workshop model is a valuable approach to teaching writing skills in schools. This model provides students with a structured and collaborative environment to develop their writing abilities. During a Writers Workshop, students are given the opportunity to engage in various stages of the writing process, including brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing their work. In a Writers Workshop, students receive individualized attention and support from both their peers and the teacher. They are encouraged to express their thoughts and ideas freely, fostering creativity and self-expression. Through peer feedback and group discussions, students learn to provide constructive criticism and revise their writing effectively. This model also promotes a growth mindset, as students understand that writing is a continuous process of improvement.