Author Archives: Janet Neyer

The College-Ready Writers Program at the Chippewa River Writing Project

For the 2016-17 school year, teacher consultants from the Chippewa River Writing Project have been involved in the national scale-up of the College-Ready Writers Program. This is the first in a series of posts about our experiences implementing this powerful … Continue reading

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A Look Back at Two Years of the CRWP Teachers as Writers Blog

Two years ago at a Chippewa River Writing Project Winter Writing Retreat, the CRWP Teachers as Writers Blog was born. At the retreat, Troy Hicks floated out the idea of creating a blog where our teacher consultants could share their … Continue reading

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Teachers Teaching Teachers About Technology: Conference on Digital Writing

Building on the success of the 4T (Teachers Teaching Teachers about Technology) Virtual Conference, this October will see the launch of a new, satellite conference, the 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing. Using the abbreviation “4TDW” for its hashtag, this … Continue reading

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Manuscript Day 2015

The auditorium in Anspach Hall was buzzing on the morning of Saturday, April 25th, as 30 excited young authors from area schools grabbed their pencils and notebooks to kick off the first annual Manuscript Day.  The event — co-hosted by … Continue reading

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Co-Director Jeremy Hyler speaks at Alma College’s First TEDx Event

What happens to students and teachers when they create, compose, and connect in the media that feels natural to them?  On January 24th, Chippewa River Writing Project Co-Director Jeremy Hyler spoke at the 1st Alma College TEDx Talks.  Jeremy, a 2000 graduate of Alma College and … Continue reading

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