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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 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.
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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

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In partnership with The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley, 3 years ago NWP launched the NWP Archives Project to ensure preservation and accessibility of NWP organizational records, publications, and resources,... more

Each year, five National Student Poets are chosen from a pool of outstanding writers, grades 9-11, who have received a national Scholastic Art & Writing Award for poetry. Help us celebrate National Poetry Month with a conversation... more

Given the multitude of information flowing through social media, news websites, television, radio, and print media, young people (and adults!) need heightened ways of situating stories. All information comes from sources; all information has... more

The Graide Network connects K-12 teachers with remote, on-demand teaching assistants to grade and provide thorough feedback on student work online. ?Graiders? are highly qualified, vetted undergraduate and graduate students... more

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

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