Profile cover photo
Profile photo
National Writing Project
474,861 followers -
Improving writing and learning in our nation's schools.
Improving writing and learning in our nation's schools.

474,861 followers
About
National Writing Project's interests
National Writing Project's posts

Post has attachment
This week on #nwpradio: We kick off a six-part series on the social practices of teacher-leadership by examining advocacy; how teacher-leadership can operate through the practice of advocacy; and what teachers can do to take up this practice: http://bit.ly/2nIXjqe

Post has attachment
Today on Educator Innovator: The term “fake news” is dominating the media, but what does it mean and why does it matter for youth? Join KQED Learning‘s Rachel Roberson and #medialiteracy experts from The LAMP for a conversation about how educators can help students deconstruct and critique “fake news” stories in the media: http://bit.ly/2njn3Wu

Post has attachment
“Together, our collective stories allow us not just to shape our classrooms for next year’s students but to help share a different narrative about what learning or struggle or success means in our classrooms.” Professor Sara B. Kajder on the power of sharing teacher stories with a tool like Flipgrid: http://bit.ly/2nZIcJA

Post has attachment
Apply by April 14 for Native Knowledge 360°, an in-depth week-long professional development opportunity that aims to inspire and promote improved teaching about Native Americans, offered by Smithsonian's National Museum of the American...: http://s.si.edu/2mJX7ry

Post has attachment
Civic engagement projects give East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy students an opportunity to celebrate their community and build the skills and experience needed to make positive change. http://bit.ly/2mzEMgy #WeAreLRNG

Post has attachment
“Our students are bombarded with media all the time, but my hope is this project gives them an opportunity to shape the narrative.” http://bit.ly/2nfzxlq #WeAreLRNG

Post has attachment
Social Studies teacher Nancy Ogden’s “Asset Based Thinking Strategies” help her students connect the kinds of thinking they already do to kinds of thinking that will help them excel academically: http://bit.ly/2nwTynq

Post has attachment
Reading Specialist and Instructional Coach Peg Grafwallner explores the different dimensions of co-teaching and teacher collaboration, highlighting the key role of mutual respect: http://bit.ly/2mxmHQ7

Post has attachment
In tomorrow’s special morning Educator Innovator webinar: We talk with Sangita Shresthova, Director of the Media, Activism, and Participatory Politics Project at USC, as well as students and educators about the experiences of American Muslim students, and the role that educators can play in creating a supportive environment for students of all backgrounds: http://bit.ly/2o5D6rj

Post has attachment
Know a great librarian? Nominations are now open for the School Library Journal School Librarian of the Year Award! Check out past winners and make your nomination: http://bit.ly/2nCSTSa
Wait while more posts are being loaded