About the Saturday Workshops The Northern Virginia Writing Project provides one-day writing workshops for interested students and motivated writers in grades 5-12 in the fall and 4-12 in the spring. ...
July 2014 Dear Student and Parents, We’re excited that you’ll be joining us for the 2014 Northern Virginia Writing Project Student Summer Institute, held on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University. (For directions to the university, consult the George Mason website at www.gmu.edu or the attached map.) In this post, we are including a […]
Week 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9am-9:20am Large Group Meeting: Brief Orientation for Families Focused Freewriting Introductions Grade level grouping Assignment of log-keeper Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting Announcements Interest Group Selections Assignment of log-keeper Base group introductions Teacher Skit Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting Announcements Assignment of log-keeper Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting […]
The peer-reviewed blog “Teachers, Profs, Parents: Writers Who Care” is interested in your thinking about authentic writing and issues of advocacy related to teaching and learning writing. Recent posts include parent narratives about supporting young writers at home, teacher insight about best practices in grammar instruction, and discussion about how standardized testing impacts writing in […]
June 25, 26, & 27, 2014 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Shenandoah University Project Write, Inc., formerly the Northern Virginia Writing Project in the Valley, is pleased to announce our annual summer writing workshop featuring three full days at Shenandoah University in the Brandt Student Center. This awesome program offers a unique experience for our young writers. […]
Dear Colleagues in Teaching and Learning, We are so very excited that so many of you will be joining with us this Saturday for the Northern Virginia Writing Project’s annual Language and Learning conference! Below you will find the itinerary for the day from the conference program and a map of George Mason University. (We […]