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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.

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Join us for NWP radio, where we interview writers, educators, and youth about the teaching, learning and practice of writing. Listen live or view the archive here at NWP.org.

Get ready for this year's 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing, an online ?teachers teaching teachers about technology? event that focuses on the research, pedagogy, and tools of writing in digital spaces in the K-12 classroom.... more

Originally aired: May 4, 2017 Teaching is a challenging profession. It is also incredibly rewarding. What brings teachers to teaching? What makes them stay, despite all the challenges? What I Didn't Know: True Stories of Becoming a... more

Join us for NWP radio, where we interview writers, educators, and youth about the teaching, learning and practice of writing. Listen live or view the archive here at NWP.org

Join us for a conversation with George Ella Lyon and Julie Landsman, hosts of the I Am From Project, about countering divisions of race, culture, and equity through poetry, artwork, videos, music and dance around where we are from as... more

The NASM Fellowship engages professionals in the Out of School Time field in a process of leadership development where they learn to reflect on, study, improve, and assess their work with a view toward improving its quality and impact.... more

Join us for a conversation with Fred Hamel about why upper elementary children need ways to become literate as kids, not merely as prototypes of adults or teenagers.

This week we will talk with teacher educators working to leverage the language, the opportunity, and the design principles of Connected Learning to support learning and teaching in a rapidly changing literacy landscape. Join us for this... more

Join NWP radio for a discussion about the importance of teacher-writers, just in time for this summer's invitational institutes. Our guests are the authors of two co-published books on teacher-writers, Christine Dawson (The Teacher-Writer),... more

Teaching is a challenging profession. It is also incredibly rewarding. What brings teachers to teaching? What makes them stay, despite all the challenges? What I Didn't Know: True Stories of Becoming a Teacher brings together 20 teaching... more

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