Kelly Gallagher will present a day-long workshop, "Building Readers and Writers in an Age of Common Core Standards," on June 14, 2013.
The cornerstone of the Indiana Writing Project is the Summer Invitational Institute held for four weeks during Ball State University's second summer session. The institute brings together nearly twenty educators who teach at the elementary, intermediate, and secondary level. Participants learn from each other ways to improve how writing is taught. View photos from Summer Institute >>.
Open Institute is a week-long, collaborative exploration of how writing workshop works in classrooms facilitated by Teacher-Consultants of the Indiana Writing Project. The Open Institute is open to and appropriate for all teachers. Past participants have ranged from kindergarten teachers to high school French instructors.
Two two-hour workshops exploring technology in the classroom: 1) The Process and Evaluation of Writing, and 2) State of the Art Research and Presentations. July 23, 2013.
Teachers who have completed the project's summer institute and additional preparation are available for presentations, workshops, and inservices for schools or school districts.
Just contact Barbara Miller, IWP Co-Director for Inservice Programs, at email@example.com and describe your needs. Possiblities include study groups, portfolios, authentic assessment, writing across the curriculum, process writing, reading/writing workshops, and the writing portion of ISTEP.
IWP Teaching Consultants can also contact Barbara Miller if they are interested in offering programs like this.
The Advanced Institute provides rejuvenation, camaraderie, reflection, growth, and fun for participants. Fellow teachers facilitate workshops exploring topics in writing and learning. In 2013, we will offer an Advanced Institute June 12-14.