Chippewa River Writing Project Flyer – Spring 2018
This spring, the Chippewa River Writing Project is offering four different PD opportunities for K-12 teachers.
We have two sections of a 1-credit course, EDU 508, the College, Career and Community Writers Program:
- CMU Saginaw Center – Feb. 17, March 10 and April 14, 2018
- CMU East Lansing Center – Feb. 24, March 24 and April 21, 2018
We also have two one-day workshops:
- Teaching Argument in the Real World (April 28 on CMU’s main campus)
- From Texting to Teaching (May 15 at the CMU East Lansing Center)
Registration information is available: http://global.cmich.edu/CRWPprofdev
Questions? Please contact us: 800-950-1144, ext. 3718 or 989-774-3718 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click to download the CRWP College Ready Writers Program Open Institute Flyer
CRWP 2017 Open Institute for College-Ready Writers – Web The National Writing Project’s College-Ready Writers Program answers the contemporary call for respectful argumentative discourse. The instructional resources help teachers and students read critically, explore multiple points of view, and finally take a stand on important issues.
A national program, the College Ready Writers Program has proven to have a positive, statistically significant effect on the four attributes of student argument writing—content, structure, stance, and conventions. In particular, students demonstrated greater proficiency in the quality of reasoning and use of evidence in their writing.
Join us for a three-day workshop that introduces significant concepts from this curriculum to teachers in grades 6-12 (flyer).
The $100 registration fee includes three days with a continental breakfast and boxed lunch, as well as a copy of Joseph Harris’s book, Rewriting: How to Do Things with Texts. All sessions will be facilitated by K-12 teacher consultants affiliated with the Chippewa River Writing Project. 18 SCECHs will available for an additional $25 (pending approval).
Click the link to register online: http://bit.ly/crwpevents
Troy Hicks, Ph.D.
Director, Chippewa River Writing Project