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How do learning disabilities (LD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) impact writing? This blog highlights writers with learning disabilities and writers with autism spectrum disorder. Read the full blog here.
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How can we engage students in key historical thinking moves: sourcing, contextualization, and corroboration? This blog highlights key strategies for promoting historical reasoning. Learn more here.
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Join the Louisville Writing Project and NWP colleagues for a day of learning, connecting and discussing how to teach argument writing. This one-day conference on March 18, 2022, features keynote speaker Jennifer Fletcher, author of Writing Rhetorically.
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