The WRITE Center and National Writing Project will present at the
2021 Literacy Research Association Annual Conference
Carol Booth Olson, Huy Chung, Jenell Krishnan, and Jacob Steiss of the WRITE Center and Tanya Baker of the National Writing Project will offer a symposium titled "Research-based Strategies for Teaching Argument Writing."
This free workshop held on July 6th is for educators who wish to teach and use digital storytelling in their classrooms, either as a means to increase students’ digital literacy, or to produce a podcast or short digital video in lieu of text-based products.
The Write Now Teacher Studio hosts a summer study group based on Gholdy Muhammad's Historically Responsive Literacy Framework
Join teacher-colleagues this summer for a study group based on Gholdy Muhammad's Historically Responsive Literacy Framework. Participants will also work on changing and/or developing their own curriculum.