focusing the knowledge, expertise, andleadershipof our region’steacherson sustained efforts to improvewritingandlearningfor all students
Today, more than ever, writing is essential to success in school and the workplace, a critical component of communicating, learning, and participating in an increasingly connected and complex global society.
For over 25 years, the Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project (LVWP) has been helping local teachers across all disciplines and grades improve the teaching of writing and learning in their schools and communities. A member site of the National Writing Project (NWP), LVWP provides professional development that leverages the expertise of outstanding teacher-leaders to provide participants with the most current, classroom-tested, best practices in teaching writing and literacy.
Join LVWP as we help celebrate our campus and community at
Penn State Lehigh Valley Day, an annual event in support of the fight against pediatric cancer.
We'll meet up at noon at the Moravian Book Shop to embark on a Writing Mini-Marathon around Bethlehem's beautiful historic district. Hope to see you there!
Develop a deeper understanding of how the PA Core Standards in literacy impact classroom practices. Through an exploration of the PA Core, uncover the curricular possibilities of the three modes (argumentative, informative, narrative) across all content areas and learn how to integrate them through classroom writing at any grade. Register Online Now.
LVWP is offering summer electives for our Specialist's Certificate: Teaching Writing and Literacy, a 15-credit post-baccalaureate program offered through the Lehigh Valley Writing Project. Electives may be taken at either the beginning or end of the certificate program, and credits are transferable to the Masters of Teaching and Curriculum through Penn State Harrisburg. Tuition is at the state rate. Register by calling 610-285-5060.
To learn more about the many opportunities for professional development
available through the Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project,
contact Doug Antonioli, LVWP Assistant Director at 610-285-5239 or email@example.com.