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2018 NWP Midwest Conference: Writing to Learn.  Learning to Write.

Having never been to Madison, Wisconsin I did not anticipate such a beautiful city nestled upon an isthmus between the lakes Mendota and Monona.  In this place, all roads lead to the capitol building where colorful food trucks and various … Continue reading

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Why You Should Do a Writing Institute

Thunder rolled.  The lightning stuck.  And I woke up 40 minutes before my alarm was set to go off.  Woke up widely with the same giddiness I feel upon waking on a party/big event day, or a painting/redecorating my house … Continue reading

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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 Year-Long Partnership with the CRWP and Veterans Memorial Library in Mt. Pleasant

This post is the first in a series about 2016-17 partnerships between the CRWP and various school administrators, community librarians, and other educational leaders.   Last January, the CRWP asked a hand-selected group of school administrators, community librarians, and other … Continue reading

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An Autumn Literacy Light

Andy Schoenborn reflects on student choice while relating it to our own experience as educators in his current role as MCTE past president, and he invites you to attend the 2016 conference.  Register here. As I sit to write, I … Continue reading

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