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We want to welcome you to the iAnthology network, which we hope will become a second home for you as writers, teachers and as members of the National Writing Project.

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Transforming Talk into Text

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Type: NWP Book

STEM Learning in Afterschool: What's the Impact on Youth?—An Educator Innovator Webinar

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Type: Event
Tune in to this webinar to learn more about a new paper, "Examining the impact of Afterschool STEM programs," in which the Afterschool Alliance looks at evaluation data of strong afterschool STEM programs to examine the types of impacts these programs are having on participating youth.

Uncommon Core

Friday, August 22, 2014
Type: Resource
Jeff Wilhelm, Michael Smith, and Deborah Appleman discuss Uncommon Core, their book about the misunderstandings surrounding "standards-aligned" instruction, and strategies for avoiding them in service of meeting the intent of the Common Core.

Students Learn to Create Their Own Greek Mythologies

Friday, August 22, 2014
Type: In the News
Students from Southeast Alabama spent a week studying Greek Mythology and completing research and art projects in the "Think! Write!" program sponsored by the Wiregrass Writing Project and Troy University In-Service Center.

Young Writers Share Stories in Bay Area Creative Writing Camp

Friday, August 22, 2014
Type: In the News
The Bay Area Writing Project sponsored a three-week creative writing camp for Kentfield-area students which they shared at an open mic event hosted by a local bookstore.
 
 
 

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Bonnie Kaplan replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #253 Changes in the group Writing Into the Week
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Bonnie Kaplan replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #253 Changes in the group Writing Into the Week
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Bonnie Kaplan replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #253 Changes in the group Writing Into the Week
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Bonnie Kaplan replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #253 Changes in the group Writing Into the Week
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Kevin Hodgson replied to Kim Douillard's discussion Weekly Photo Challenge 33: Sky in the group Photo Fridays 2.0
"Monsoons?"
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