THE INDIANA WRITING PROJECT, based at Ball State University, promotes the best possible writing instruction in Indiana schools. We offer professional development programs on effective practices by and for teachers. Learn more +
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IWP's Fall Workshops feature presentations on best practices in literacy education and the teaching of writing by the Teacher-Consultants of the Indiana Writing Project. Workshop topics include "Managing the 90-Minute Literacy Block," "Writing Workshop," "Teaching Argument," "Pre-emergent Writing," "Transitioning to the New Indiana Literacy Standards," and "Preparing for Indiana Standardized Testing." The workshops are open to all teachers and administrators interested in improving the teaching of writing in their schools. Learn more about IWP's Fall Workshops +
Sept. 27 - Nov. 15, 2014
Buy the book and join the conversation with other teachers right from your own home. Participants will read and post ideas, questions and reflections on Schoology each week, as we explore two trending topics: boys writers and integrating nonfiction into the classroom. Register by September 20 for instructions on how to join the group. Learn more about IWP's online book studies +
At the core of our model of "teachers teaching teachers" is the Invitational Summer Institute. In 2014, IWP offered its twenty-ninth Summer Institute, bringing together teachers of writing in all disciplines.