DEADLINE TO APPLY EXTENDED TO MARCH 12TH!!!
DO YOU BELIEVE...
...we write to learn?
...it is important to teach rather than assign writing?
...your own growth as a writer would enhance your teaching of writing?
...you can grow as a professional educator by exploring your own instruction in a safe and supportive environment with other committed educators doing the same?
If yes, then the Greater Madison Writing Project (GMWP) is the perfect place for you. The GMWP brings together select groups of outstanding teachers who work with students in all academic content areas and at all grade levels, kindergarten through college. As a community of learners we immerse ourselves in reading and deep discussions about the craft and teaching of writing; we investigate and share our successful teaching practices, as well as our struggles; and we engage in the writing process ourselves. Click on any of the institutes below to learn more specific details.
JULY 10 - August 3, 2017
9:00 A.M.- 4:00 P.M.
AT OLBRICH BOTANTANICAL GARDENS
IN MADISON, WISCONSIN
Selected educators spend four weeks immersed in writing, reading, and teacher inquiry workshops exploring our teaching of writing. Selected participants enroll for six UW-Madison credits, the cost of which is covered by GMWP fellowship funding.
June 26-29 &
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July 17-21 &
Spend two weeks of of summer immersed in writing and reading, and begin the exploration of a self-selected aspect of your teaching of writing. We will then continue to meet throughout the academic year as we support one another as we plan, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of our inquiry into our teaching.
Early Career Educator Writing Academy
This week long academy is specifically geared towards teachers in the first five years of their teaching careers. Experienced GMWP Fellows from across the grade levels and content areas will lead a week of collaborative exploration into writing and the teaching of writing. You will have the opportunity to participate in daily interactive workshops on topics ranging from crafting meaningful writing activities to assessment and feedback that moves writers forward. The focus will be on how to teach rather than just assign writing.