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These radio programs are provided as an information resource to leaders of National Writing Project sites and anyone interested in teaching, learning, and composing practices. To learn more about the National Writing Project, visit www.nwp.org.

On-Demand Episodes

Since coining the term "techquity" and related hashtag, Joe Dillon from the Denver Area Writing Project, along with a number of other colleagues, has been using it to imagine ways to overcome issues of inequality in rapidly changing... more

Networked Narratives (#netnarr) is an open connected course of digital storytelling, world building, civic imagination, and a bit of digital alchemy hosted online and as a course at Kean University during the Spring 2017. It is led and... more

Join us as we talk with Bronwyn LaMay, author of the recently published book Personal Narrative, Revised: Writing Love and Agency in the High School Classroom? LaMay, a high school English teacher, is interested in transforming... more

Since 2009, youth in central New York have had opportunities to participate in Writing Our Lives conferences and afterschool programs in support of the writing they do. Dr. Marcelle Haddix, originator of Writing Our Lives, and Dr.... more

Join us for an interview with Kim Jaxon and Leslie Atkins Elliott, authors of Composing Science. We'll talk about teaching writing, teaching science, and how to create classrooms in which students use writing to learn and... more

Historically and in recent years, the National Writing Project has focused its efforts on supporting the teaching of writing in low-income and underserved schools, districts, and communities. NWP's i3 College-Ready Writers Program (CRWP)... more

Join us for a conversation with Kip Zegers, teacher and poet, member of NWP's Writer's Council, and author of the book ?The Pond in Room 318.? We will talk about work, teaching and learning and poetry.

Every day more and more youth from across the country are posting to Letters to the Next President 2.0 and sharing about issues and topics that matter to them most. Join us to talk across writing project sites about the ways we've been... more

Join us to celebrate the National Day on Writing as we talk with teachers and others about why they write.

Inspired by Rick Shaefer's Refugee Trilogy and Writing Our Lives with Ubuntu, this show highlights a special collaboration between artist Rick Shaefer, the Fairfield University Art Museum, teachers who attended CWP-Fairfield's 2016... more