For more about the National Writing Project, see: https://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/doc/about.csp
Our first meeting of the year will be Saturday, November 4.
Where: Fort Lewis College- Building EBH, Room 219
When: 9-2:30 (lunch included)
Theme: Ourselves as Writers
What we will do:
Explore and develop our identity as writers (it’s OK if you don’t have a strong identity as a writer)
Learn more about the BWP and our 4-day writing mini- institute and provide feedback
Set up a common reading experience
Brainstorm goals and questions as we go into the next school year
Discuss and refine goals for the three additional days
Emerge with a sense of focus and renewal as we prepare for the upcoming school year!
Please also save the date for other sessions this year. Feel free to come to as many as you can:
Saturday, January 27th -- Supporting and Developing Students as Writers
Saturday, April 7th -- Our Classroom as a Writing Community
CEU’s may also be available (we are in the process of trying to set this up). Contact the email address below for more information.
If you are interested in joining us, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include information on the following:
What grade(s) do you teach?
What subject(s) do you teach?
How long have you taught?
Include a paragraph or more that describes your writing background, such as:
What types of writing do you teach currently?
What writing instruction do you do particularly well?
What other types of writing would you like to teach?
What would you like to better and/or do more of when you teach writing?
What needs do you see in your students, in terms of their writing?
Suzie Null, FLC
Tiffany Mapel, Miller Middle School
Lorien Chambers-Schuldt, FLC
Michelle Bonanno, FLC
Elise Wright, FLC