The National Writing Project at Kent State University (NWP-KSU) has been a National Writing Project site since 1997. NWP-KSU is committed to improving teaching and learning in Northeast Ohio through teacher leadership and professional development.
With NWP-KSU, teachers of all subjects and grade levels can:
Write Here! Write Now!
Writing Our Identities:
Discovering the Power of Voice and Choice
Date: June 11, 2020
Location: Moulton Hall at Kent State University
Keynote: Dr. Kristine Pytash, Kent State University
Dr. Kristy Pytash is an Associate Professor in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies at Kent State University, where she directs the Secondary Integrated Language Arts Teacher Preparation program. She is a former high school English teacher.
Her research focuses on the literacy practices of youth in juvenile detention facilities, disciplinary writing, and how to prepare teachers to teach writing. An underlying theme across all her lines of inquiry is how technology significantly influences young adults’ literacy practices and their literacy instruction.
The keynote is followed by breakout sessions featuring classroom strategies. Attendees may also choose to participate in a writing marathon.
Download the flyer and share it with colleagues.. Register online through June 6. An early bird discount is available through May 15.