The Louisville Writing Project, an affiliate of the National Writing Project based at the University of Louisville, is offering a three-part Virtual Administrator’s Academy on argument writing for Kentucky teachers.
The Louisville Writing Project will host a mini-conference on writing and reading strategies for K-12 teachers and college professors 16 and on writing college essays Sept. 9 at Davidson Hall on the University of Louisville campus. The workshop will include special strands on writing with special populations, such as special education and ESL students, and a writing workshop in elementary [...]
The Louisville Writing Project will host several summer workshops for teachers in all grade levels June 12-15 at Waggener High School in Louisville. The workshops will cover a variety of genres, including poetry, story writing, playwriting, article writing and grammar. Participants may attend one or all of the sessions. The registration deadline is May 15. Email Linda Satterlee-McFadin for more [...]
The Louisville Writing Project will host a writing mini-conference Aug. 27 at the University of Louisville’s College of Education. Conference topics will include lessons and strategies for meeting the Kentucky Academic Standards in all grades and content areas, as well as sessions on argument and English learners. Participants who register by Aug. 25 will receive a free lunch. Email Linda [...]
The deadline for applying for the Louisville Writing Project Summer Institute is March 2.
A Kentucky Writing Project workshop provided hands-on ideas, reading and writing strategies and a dose of confidence to teachers working with ELL students.
The Louisville Writing Project will host a professional development on how to use storytelling to inspire reluctant writers and achieve writing standards July 1-3 at Roosevelt-Perry Elementary School in Louisville. The workshop will be led by storyteller and teaching artist Randi Skaggs, who competes frequently in story slams – live storytelling competitions in which storytellers have five minutes each to [...]
The Louisville Writing Project will host a writing conference Jan. 17 at the University of Louisville for educators of all content areas in grades K-12. Participants can learn about new strategies and lesson ideas that can help students lift the quality of their writing and can receive six hours of professional development credit. The conference includes lessons and strategies for [...]
The Kentucky Department of Education and the Louisville Writing Project are sponsoring a writing mini-conference on Saturday, January 24 at the University of Louisville. Topics include Meeting all P-12 Kentucky Core Academic Standards in all content areas and a special science writing strand. Click here for more information and a registration form.
Teachers are using new ways to teach grammar – and perhaps learning it along the way.