Each summer, IWP invites teachers representing all levels of instruction and all disciplines to the Ball State University campus for an intensive Summer Institute in the Teaching of Writing. Teachers selected to be fellows in the Institute will receive a stipend and up to 105 Professional Growth Points.
During the Institute, Fellows will present inquiry-based teaching demonstrations, participate in writing groups to share and respond to one another's writing, discuss applications of current research and curricular movements in writing, and enjoy presentations by special guests.
This summer we will meet for three weeks, June 8 - 25, 2015. Fellows attend from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Fellows will earn up to 105 Professional Growth Points toward license renewal (7 hours/day for 12 days).
The cost for attending Summer Institute for three weeks is $300.
The following benefits are included in registration in the IWP Summer Institute.
The Summer Institute operates under the belief that the best model for a workshop is teachers teaching teachers. Throughout the institute, participants write, research, and reflect on their teaching, sharing the outcome of these experiences with other participants along the way.
The IWP advances the principles of the National Writing Project through its programs. These overarching principles concisely summarize the perspective we try to promote in teachers of writing, the underlying reasoning for this perspective, and the value we see in it.
We invite teachers from all grade levels and content areas to participate in the IWP Summer Institute. We are looking for applicants who
To apply, complete the application below and mail it to:
Indiana Writing Project
Dept. of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47304
For more information, contact us at (765) 285-8414 or email@example.com.
Application deadline: March 2, 2015
"No longer will my students have meaningless writing. No longer will they be writing by themselves as I sit on the side and watch. No longer will I treat their written work as nothing more than an assignment.
"Instead, my classroom will be filled with writers. Writers discussing and sharing their writing. Writers conferencing with one another. Writers publishing work that they are proud of. Writers proud of what they have written. Writers aching with caring."
- Linda Reynolds