Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project

Fellows

Our Fellows both sustain and are sustained by the work of the site.  When they engage with LVWP, Fellows contribute to all students' learning, serve other teachers, and create a vibrant professional home for strengthening the teaching of writing.  In return, site work provides exciting new opportunities for Fellows to grow personally and professionally, to take on leadership roles and become agents of reform.  As a community and a network, we support each other in meaningful work that builds on the expertise of all.

Visit this page regularly for year-round updates and opportunities for Fellows to enhance and extend their professional development by contributing to the work of this vibrant community of teachers, writers, learners, and leaders.

For more about LVWP programs be sure to visit our page for teachers.

 

Year of (Re)Connection

Fellows

We know how important community is in sustaining and supporting our teacher-selves.  That’s why LVWP is working hard to forge new connections for Fellows and strengthen existing ones through exciting new programming and continuity opportunities. Tap back into the power of community and discover ways you can (re)connect by filling out our short LVWP Fellows Census.

Connect to the LVWP Fellow Census here.


Teacher Consultant

Become a Summer Youth Camp Instructor

LVWP is currently hiring Fellows to teach in our brand new slate of 1-week Summer Youth Camps, running from July 13-17, 2015.  In addition to our writing camps, this year's offerings open pathways to students by looking at composing through the lenses of programming, filmmaking, Lego®  Robotics, and mathematics.  Current openings include: Lego® Simple Machines, Digital Storytelling, and High School Writing Workshop.  Interested Fellows should apply now!

Teacher Consultant

Become a Teacher Consultant with LVWP

The Lehigh Valley Writing Project conducts in-house professional development workshops at schools and districts throughout Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, and Monroe Counties. If you are an LVWP Fellow interested in designing and delivering PD, consider becoming an LVWP Teacher Consultant. Interested fellows should contact Nancy Coco, LVWP Director, at nxc4@psu.edu or 610-285-5026.

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Penn State Specialist Certificate: Teaching Writing & Literacy

These courses are open to all educators who wish to learn more about using writing-to-learn techniques with their students. Writing Project Fellows may transfer their six Summer Institute credits toward EDUC 452 Teaching Writing and one elective. Register by calling 610-285-5060.

Tuition at State Rates.

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NWP on the Web

Dive into NWP's Web presence by connecting with other teachers on Facebook, following NWP on Twitter, watching NWP videos on YouTube, perusing NWP's photo collections on Flickr, and much more.

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Contribute to the National Writing Project

Together we are changing lives, making a difference in student achievement, and shaping the future. Together we can sustain our network. Contribute to the National Writing Project.

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