Sometimes, we plant seeds and wait for flowers to bloom. Write Out is a bit like that. Two weeks of activities and events, with the National Day on Writing right at the center of it all, can arrive like a stiff prairie wind, and then, before you know it, it’s over. However, like those seeds,
This curated archive is from the second Twitter Chat for Write Out 2019. Here is a direct link.
Tonight we were joined by Dr. Amy Price Azano, the author of an English Journal article titled A Place for Local in Critical Global Literacies published in 2019. This article has been shared as part of a #marginalsyllabus collaboration and is annotatable via the online tool Hypothes.is.
October 20–27, 2019 Happy National Day on Writing Happy National Day on Writing everyone! We hope you have enjoyed participating in #writeout activities so far, including our first video hangout and our first Twitter chat. We have been inspired and energized by the many shared stories and live events that have emerged from Week One
This curated archive is from the first Twitter Chat for Write Out 2019. Here is a direct link.
Tonight we were joined by guest writer Catherine Stier, author of If I Were a Park Ranger, as we discover stories of place.
Welcome to Write Out 2019 Discovering Stories is a guiding theme for this first week’s cycle of place-based activities. Look up, look out, look around. What do you notice that you haven’t seen before, or in a while? Where might you look? Online, in books and magazines, or in your local (or national) park, what might
Write Out will return for a second year in October 2019, kicking off on the 20th for National Day of Writing. Come join us as we step outside our classrooms and connect with our local parks and other public spaces to write, create, and share. Sign up for updates later this summer; follow #writeout for
Write Out was a two-week professional development adventure, sponsored by the National Writing Project through a partnership with the National Park Service, that connected educators and rangers across the country in place-based learning and making in July 2018. Write Out, as an event, was created as an online opportunity with two activity cycles and collaborative spaces for teachers, park
While the two weeks of Write Out Activity Cycles have formally come to an end, that doesn’t mean that the learning and connecting has to stop or even slow down. In fact, our hope is that the summer work is merely a seed planted, destined to become the forest or field of ideas that will