The Western Massachusetts Writing Project is hosting its annual Best Practices this coming weekend, which not only allows our folks from the Summer Institute to shine as workshop presenters but also showcases much of the work that the organization is doing.
I am giving a workshop presentation on podcasting and my hope is to post some of the audio we record at this blog and at our WMWP Newsletter blog. We also have a great local writer — Leslea Newman, author of many books for kids and adults — who will be leading a writing event for all of the day’s participants.
Here are a few of the other workshops on tap for that day:
- Why Write in Math? Communicating the Metacognitive Process of Problem Solving.
- Thinking and Rethinking Strategies for Working with English Language Learners.
- Thoughts in the Looking Glass: Reflective Writing in the Classroom.
- Writing Portfolios: Helping Students to See Themselves as Writers
- Assessment in Backwards Design
- Walking Tall: Autobiographical Writing
Looks pretty interesting, doesn’t it?
Peace (in the gathering),