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Write Out 2019: Explore, Create, Connect
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Listen in as our guests introduce us to Write Out 2019—what it is, where it takes place, what to expect, and how you can participate throughout this unique two-week experience that runs October 13-27.
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Action Research for English Language Arts Teachers
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Action Research for English Language Arts Teachers by Mary Buckelew and Janice Ewing was inspired by colleagues and students, and began with their local Writing Project site's blog. Listen to our discussion with them on NWP Radio.
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Advocating for Teachers and Students Through Collaborative Lesson Study
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"Lesson Study keeps the power for change in teachers’ hands. As a sustainable cycle for growth, it empowers teachers as they respond to the varied needs of learners. It is professional learning that treats teachers as professionals."
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Marginal Syllabus 2019-20 (November)—Whiteness is a White Problem: Whiteness in English Education
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FROM THE BLOG: Author Samuel Jaye Tanner joins NWP Radio to talk about his article, "Whiteness is a White Problem: Whiteness in English Education."
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LEARN Marginal Syllabus 2019-20 (December)—Miles Morales: Spider-Man and Reimagining the Canon for Racial Justice
 
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Science in the Park
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Join host Christina Cantrill for a discussion with participants of Science in the Park, a project that brought NWP teachers and NPS park rangers together to plan and implement programming that welcomes young people and their families into national parks to play with and learn science together.
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Planning Powerful Instruction
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Join host Tanya Baker for a conversation with Jeff Wilhelm, Rachel Bear, and Adam Fachler, the authors of Planning Powerful Instruction.
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LEARN Marginal Syllabus (January)—Revising Resistance: A Step Toward Student-Centered Activism
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Our January reading for LEARN Marginal Syllabus recounts how Alex Corbitt, the author and former middle school educator, employed “radically student-centered” pedagogy as part of a teen activism course.
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LEARN Marginal Syllabus (February)—Praisesongs of Place: Youth Envisioning Space and Place
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Our February reading for Marginal Syllabus explores the multiliteracies among youth of color who constructed tributes to the city of Detroit and envisioned strengths in their communities.
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The Art of Encounter in Teaching and Learning
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Join NWP Radio to learn about NCTE’s Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (AEPL) and their annual conference. AEPL is for educators interested in "exploring the boundaries of teaching and learning beyond traditional disciplines and methodologies." Some areas of exploration include kinesthetic knowledge, meditation, and reflective teaching.
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LEARN Marginal Syllabus (March)—“Untold Stories”: Cultivating Consequential Writing with a Black Male Student through Metaphor
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Learn about one teacher's pedagogical approach to literacy, writing, and metaphor that can help others foster consequential writing with students.
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Trauma Informed Literacy Instruction
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Join us for a conversation with educator-authors Richard Koch and Elizabeth Dutro for a discussion about literacy teaching that is informed by and mindful of the stress and trauma in all of our lives.
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Overview

NWP Radio is a podcast of the National Writing Project that typically airs twice each month. It features a wide array of guests discussing education-related topics like teaching writing, Connected Learning, Writing Project site development, out-of-school education, science and writing, maker ed, and more.

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