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NWP 2021 Site Reports were filled with references to successful efforts by local sites to create online learning opportunities for teachers in their regions. Now with support of a sponsor, we invite NWP sites to apply for a $5,000 Grant for Expanding the Impact of your site’s teacher leaders and online learning programs by revising Read More

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What is “rhetorical problem-solving” and what does it mean to “write rhetorically”? Listen to our interview with Jennifer Fletcher, professor of English at CSU Monterey Bay and the author of Writing Rhetorically: Fostering Responsive Thinkers and Communicators.

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oin us for this NWP Radio show where we hear from the young authors of the now complete 2020 Youth Declaration of Sentiments, understand their journeys as writers and collaborators, and listen to their hopes and dreams for their 21st century document.

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Join the National Writing Project’s The Write Time with Kwame Mbalia, editor of Black Boy Joy, two additional contributors Varian Johnson and Julian Randall, and Washington, DC area teacher, Cosby Hunt.

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Join NWP Radio for an interview with Poet t.l. sanders, a poet and performance professional based in Kansas City, MO.

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Just because school is out for the summer, that doesn’t mean your creative journey needs to be put on pause. This August, embark on a writing tour of America with #TeensWriteAcrossAmerica Marathon (TWAAM)! Hosted by teen writers for teen writers, this writing marathon will take you around the country as you meet with peers in a judgment-free virtual space to explore your creativity.

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Join the National Writing Project’s The Write Time with New York Times Best Selling author and illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky. Rachel will be interviewed by Soñia Galaviz a 5th-grade teacher and leader with the Boise State Writing Project.

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Abdi Nor Iftin has been featured on various radio and TV stations sharing his life story of growing up in a country torn by civial war and immigrating to the United States in 2014. His new book Call Me American was released in 2018 and is a finalist for New England’s Bookseller’s Association book awards.

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In this CoLab, co-author/editor Christopher R. Rogers will be joined by members of the Marginal Syllabus team for a conversation that starts with the editor’s introduction to the February 2021 edition of the journal Research in the Teaching of English.

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This episode features Joseph Bruchac, a Nulhegan Abenaki citizen and a leader among his people. He is the author of more than 120 books for children and adults, including his best-selling series, Keepers of Earth: Native American Stories and Environment Activities for Children.

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