Restore, Reconnect, Rejuvenate: An Open Institute for Teacher Writers

Restore, Reconnect, Rejuvenate! This summer, June 13-17, 2022, teacher leaders from the Chippewa River Writing Project offer our colleagues an opportunity for restoration, reconnection, and rejuvenation through writing. At the end of another unique school year, we welcome you to bring renewed joy to your teacher’s soul by participating in enriching teaching demonstrations led by […]

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Helping Struggling Writers and English Language Learners – Session 2 of the 2021-22 CRWP Webinar Series

? Megan Kowalski (@MeganKowalski7) was the second presentation in our line up for the 2021/2022 webinar series. Megan presented on the ways that she helps struggling writers and English Language Learners (ELLs) in both physical and virtual classrooms. Megan has taught a variety of elementary and middle school grade level special education students for Chicago […]

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CRWP Announces Fall 2021 Leadership Institute

CRWP will set out once again to offer a fall leadership institute in the tradition of the National Writing Project‘s mantra, “Teachers Teaching Teachers.” We plan to welcome 12 educators to learn from each other through collaboration, renewing our practices as teachers of writing, adapting those practices for remote learning, and demonstrating our lessons for […]

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