A Collection of Knowledge from the National Writing Project
Today's Reasons Why We Need Students to Write for Authentic Audiences
AUTHOR: Katie McKay FROM THE BLOG: Katie McKay shares the process and examples of student work from a year-long journey of deep professional development to create responsive curriculum that grows authentic, enthusiastic, and motivated writers in elementary classrooms.
Teachers, Park Rangers #WriteOut for Learning
AUTHOR: Sarah Jackson FROM THE BLOG: A unique collaboration encouraged educators to take their students out of classrooms and into public spaces and parks to write and create.
AUTHOR: Mark Dziedzic FROM THE BLOG: "Connect. Collaborate. Learn. Yes, that was the conference tagline, but more importantly, that tagline established the guiding principles from inception to completion of the conference."
Everyone's a Writer: Writing Arguments with English Learners
AUTHOR: Kate Rowley FROM THE BLOG: Kate Rowley writes on how a team of UCLA Writing Project teacher-consultants worked to bring meaningful literacy and writing experiences to English learners whose classrooms often exist in isolation, using resources from our College, Career, and Community Writers Program (C3WP).
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Resources and articles created and curated by National Writing Project site leaders to support classroom practice, teacher leadership, and professional development.