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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 the College-Ready Writing Program Leadership Team live from the group's Summer Partnership Institute in St. Louis as they share resources for teaching argument writing from non-fiction texts that have engaged secondary students across the country in considering multiple perspectives as they craft thoughtful arguments.
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On-Demand Episodes

In this episode of NWP Radio, we will spend the hour talking about the relationship of writing to athletic performance and learning. Joining us will be Rich Kent--director of the University Maine Writing Project and author of Writing on... more

This show will introduce Youth Voices, a customized school-based social network started by a group of National Writing Project teachers. The mission of Youth Voices is to be a place online where students from across the globe can engage... more

Join the editors of What Teaching Means: Stories from America's Classrooms, as well as several teacher-consultants/authors whose essays are featured in the text. We will talk about the book, hear some essays from it, and talk about its... more

Join us for a special edition of NWP Radio that features site directors Jessica Early, Central Arizona Writing Project, and Matt Luskey, Western Pennsylvania Writing Project, talking about recent fundraising successes at their Writing... more

How are sites utilizing NWP Connect, the National Writing Project's online social network, to support, enhance and develop communities of practice, both online and face-to-face? Join a conversation with several site leaders who are... more

Join Bob Fecho, director of the Red Clay Writing Project, and Ian Altman, Paige Cole, Angela Dean, and Lisa Hall, all Red Clay Writing Project teacher-consultants. We will talk about dialogic teaching–what it is and... more

As part of April's National Poetry Month celebration, the American Academy of Poets has declared April 26th Poem in Your Pocket day. "The idea is simple," the Academy explains at its website. "Select a poem you love during National... more

Join Ralph Cordova of the Piasa Bluffs Writing Project and other members of the Cultural Landscapes Collaboratory (The CoLab)--a creative collaboration across National Writing Project sites, museums, and informal community-based... more

Spend an hour with Stephanie Vanderslice, director of the Great Bear Writing Project in Arkansas, and author of Rethinking Creative Writing. Stephanie will talk with us about her book, and her thinking about how and why we should reform... more

The 2012 Review of NWP Site Reports captured promising practices and thinking from sites to produce The Model at Work, a resource of ideas from across the network (link coming soon). In this episode of NWP Radio, we'll hear from site... more

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