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Rural Voices Radio

Rural Voices Radio, a product of the National Writing Project's Rural Voices, Country Schools program, celebrates what is "genuinely good, genuinely rural" about America's rural schools. Each half-hour program comprises original poems, stories, and essays by teachers and students from…
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#queercomposing: A Virtual Open Summer Institute Focused on Composing the Multiplicities of Our Experiences

By National Writing Project
This NWP Radio show invited facilitators to describe how they will support participants in coming together to create brave spaces in writing instruction that centers writing and composing models at the intersections of queer, BIPOC, and feminist voices.
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The Write Time with Sarah J. Donovan, Kristin Bartley Lenz, Stacey Lorinn Joy, and Jayné Penn

By National Writing Project
This episode of The Write Time celebrates the joy of poetry and youth in sports, and features Sarah J. Donovan, Kristin Bartley Lenz, Stacey Lorinn Joy, and Jayné Penn.
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Transitioning from Conventional to Connected Teaching: Small Moves and Radical Acts

By Nicole Mirra
By illuminating the stories and experiences of those who lived behind barbed wire at the Tule Lake Segregation Center, these lessons ask students to think critically about the Japanese American experience during World War II and how it connects to events today. This resource shares links to…
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Teaching About the Jordan Davis Murder

By Chris Lehmann
A group of national educators compile their thoughts on how teachers might support students after the verdict of the Jordan Davis murder trial. Provided are ideas, resources and lesson plans.
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HERU: Hip Hop Literacy X Entertainment Justice = Young Digital Economies

By Bryce Anderson-Small
Bryce Anderson-Small introduces his youth media literacy organization, the HERU, where youth develop through media literacy and digital media arts skills training. He explains how digital media arts allow young people to nurture their positive self-images and authentically tell their…
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From the Tule Lake Segregation Center to the Virtual World

By Grace Morizawa
By illuminating the stories and experiences of those who lived behind barbed wire at the Tule Lake Segregation Center, these lessons ask students to think critically about the Japanese American experience during World War II and how it connects to events today. This resource shares links to…
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An Experiment in Building Democracy with Our Students

By Peter Haun
Peter Haun of the Oakland Writing Project describes the impact of the experimental-yet-powerful teacher to teacher, teacher to student, student to student, Digital Democratic Dialogue Project on both his students.
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Write Now Teacher Studio

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Where teachers write, share, and talk shop about writing and the teaching of writing

Hosted by the National Writing Project, the Write Now Teacher Studio is an open, online community of educators for educators. It’s a place to write together, examine our teaching, create and refine curricula, and work toward ever more effective and equitable practices to create confident, creative, and critical thinkers and writers in our classrooms and courses.

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