The National Writing Project Produces Spectacular Results!
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An Exciting New Opportunity
ZOOM IN! is an exciting new resource for American History teachers (grades 5, 8, and 11 in Kentucky) who are interested in engaging students with primary & secondary sources through an online platform that provides a high level of support for students in reading, analyzing, and writing about texts.
FALL 2015 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
On behalf of the Kentucky Writing Project State Network, we would like to thank all our presenters and those who helped make our annual fall conference a success. We also appreciate the responsiveness and sharing from the participants in each session.
The Kentucky Writing Project has been busy! Below is a sideshow of our recent working weekend at Blue Lick's State Park. We hosted five workshops around the state on College-, Career- and Community-Ready Writing (3CR) Argument Writing this summer and will host sessions at our Fall Conference on Schoolwide Literacy (Sept. 17 in Richmond) and at the Louisville Writing Project Fall Mini-Conference (Aug. 27 in Louisville). Join us!
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OUR SUMMER 2015 WAS ACTION PACKED AND REWARDING
The Kentucky Writing Project had an extremely productive summer! Other than the professional development offerings we provided, we were honored to work with over a dozen rural schools to provide three days of high quality in-service. Recently, we were graciously hosted by Northern Elementary in Pendleton County, Kentucky. We would like to thank Northern Elementary (with facilitators Angel Peavler and Harold Woodall), as well as all the other districts involved. Your commitment to professional learning will reap tremendous benefit in your classrooms!