Summer Learning Series
  • Designed by national literacy experts
  • Offers strategies for next school year
  • Six webinars for $30 (Free upon request)
  • Open to all educators!
Featured Blogs
Guest Blogger, Frank Guttler, publishes
"Digital Storytelling and the Writing Process"
Why do we tell stories? Frank Guttler uses digital storytelling in the classroom as a means of engaging students in new forms of literacy. Read his blog and how he integrates the writing process with digital storytelling.
"Infographics to Support Writing Development within
Process-Based Writing Pedagogy"
Learn how to engage students in developing infographics as a part of the writing process. By doing so, teachers create an opportunity for students to compose with an authentic, multimodal genre that also off-sets the cognitive load associated with translating ideas into word, sentences, paragraphs, and whole texts.
Webinar: "Fostering Independent Reading with Inclusive Books"
with Julia Torres
Activist-educator Julia Torres discusses how teachers (K-University), parents, and community members may bring inclusive texts to their classrooms, libraries, curriculum, homes, and community spaces.
Thursday, May 6, 2021
4:30-6:30 p.m. AZ time
Via Zoom
Teaching Resources
Our exclusive resources page is growing!
The new section features free digital writing tools and hyperdocs. Get exclusive access to tutorial videos, lesson examples, slides, and more.
Virtual Summer Youth Program
The UCI Writing Project is celebrating its 38th year of its virtual Summer Youth Program. We invite you to explore new their course offerings that serve students in grades 3-11.
Session I: June 14 - July 19
Session II: July 12 - August 5
Disrupting the Prolonged Silence: Youth Inquiry of the Tulsa Race Massacre
Oklahoma 6-12 grade teachers and students worked together to answer the question, “What can we learn about the Tulsa Race Massacre to make the world a better place?” The youth created resources to give other students the opportunity to visit the Greenwood district in Tulsa.
Teachers stay 
‘Ahead of the Code’
Teams of writing teachers from four NWP sites have been investigating their students’ use of “writing support tools” like Grammarly, No Red Ink, Revision Assistant and others. They will be sharing what they’ve learned in this one-day online conference.
Be Our Guest...Blogger
Do you want to share your classroom research, empirical studies, thoughts, ideas, or experiences with thousands of others? Be our guest...blogger! We are accepting submissions for our blog.
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