Teaching Writing in an Assessment Era: Passion and Practice (NWP Radio)
Directors and teacher-consultants from the San Jose Area Writing Project discuss their book, Teaching Writing Grades 7-12 in an Era of Assessment: Passion and Practice. The following key questions guided their work: "Why might my students wish to engage in the performative activity of…
Teacher-Writers: Then, Now, and Next
Why should teachers write about their work? What is the evolution of this movement? The authors identify the teacher-writer as an activist, advocate, and knowledge creator. When teachers write and take on these various roles, they assert agency and authority in an age of teacher exclusion…
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