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NWP is a coalition partner of Future Ready, an initiative by the US Department of Education and the Alliance for Excellent Education. But what does it mean to be "Future Ready" for your site and school communities? This NWP Radio episode is meant to support sites in understanding the goals of Future Ready for districts and to hear from NWP educators across the country who are working on local, state, and national levels to craft system-wide approaches to professional learning as schools adopt new technology. Our guests include:
Zac Chase (ConnectED Fellow, U.S. Department of Education)
Janet Ilko (Teacher-Consultant, San Diego Area Writing Project)
Kim Douillard (Director, San Diego Area Writing Project)
Bud Hunt (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Colorado State University Writing Project)
Joe Dillon (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Denver Writing Project)
Bob Jobin (Program Associate, National Writing Project)
This special edition of NWP Radio invites site leaders to join a conversation about the Review of NWP Site Reports set for March 2-5, 2012. Listen in to hear about the process for collecting good ideas that work and great thinking about site sustainability from the NWP Site Reports. The material will be developed into an online resource that will be widely available to local sites across the network. The call-in line will be open to take your calls and questions.
Join organizers and participants in the Book Thief book study group, a MOOC hosted by the San Diego Area Writing Project. Hear why participants and organizers believe MOOCs work, why they are interested in “making,” and how online learning promotes learning near and far.
Join us to learn more about the NWP Archives Project, which will construct a living and usable history of our NWP. In addition to explaining the project, the show will include a segment featuring the voices of Writing Project TCs and directors sharing reflections on their own Writing Project experience and what the Writing Project means to them. NWP leaders who have donated to support the Archives Project will also be on hand to talk about what compelled them to give.
Summer is almost here and that means that the Summer of Making and Connecting is heating up! Join tonight's NWP Radio to hear about the summer's line-up and the various ways that educators around the country are writing, making and sharing while putting Connected Learning principles into practice. Hear from colleagues from sites across the country who are both leading local work as well as facilitating various online ways to connect so that we can all be involved. Tonight's guests include Paul Allison (NYCWP), Karen Fasimpaur (P2PU), Cindy O'Donnell-Allen (CSUWP), Paul Oh (NWP), and Stephanie West-Puckett (Tar River WP.)
This show will introduce participants to the 21st Annual Summer Conference of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, a consortium for attuning to service to better humankind, by reviewing the pedagogy and theory of James Moffett, the education prophet of global dialogue.
On this episode of NWP Radio we will preview plans for the NWP Spring Meeting in Washington, DC, March 25 - 27 which include a focus on how teachers in the NWP network embody leadership in their classrooms and schools and through their professional learning collaborations and partnerships.
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 building Connect communities for their Summer Institute participants, for study groups and for other kinds of professional learning opportunities.
Join us for a show from the NWP Radio archives: a conversation with Kimberly Hill Campbell and Kristi Latimer, authors of Beyond the Five-Paragraph Essay . These authors claim, "If we want our students to be more engaged, skilled writers, we need to move beyond the five-paragraph essay." Tune in to hear us talk about why and how middle school and high school teachers can do just that.
Join us as we talk with Gabrielle Glancy, author of The Art of the College Essay and editor of Best College Admissions Essays 2014, as well as three student college essay writers. We’ll hear some award winning college essays, interview their authors, and talk with Glancy about her work with young people in the college admissions process.
Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates teachers and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in classrooms across the country. Digital Learning Day is gaining momentum with ongoing activities, ideas, and collaboration opportunities leading up to February 6. Join us on this episode of NWP radio to hear from NWP teacher-consultants about how they will participate in the second annual Digital Learning Day.
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