National Writing Project's
Mindful Writing Workshop Series
January 19th - March 2nd, 2022
Nothing is more important in these difficult times than providing trauma-informed, healing classrooms as we grow students’ knowledge and skills. Educators need to both respond to students restoratively and also to take healing care of themselves. As a student, you'll get a few great benefits from being here:
Access to helpful content. We've designed The Mindful Writing Workshop series to inspire, instruct, and engage.
Focusing on the practical guidance people might need to engage with this work in their own classrooms. These four "take-away" sessions will be taught by Dr. Richard Koch, the book's author.
You're a Part of Something Bigger
By joining The Mindful Writing Workshop, you’re also a member of Write Now Teacher Studio, our overarching community. You’ll be able to keep up with our FOUR SESSIONS OF TAKEAWAYS of practical guidance for implementing The Mindful Writing Workshop, but also in your main Write Now Teacher Studio Activity Feed.
January 19th, 2022 - 7:00pm
Launching Trauma-Informed Writing Workshop
February 2nd, 2022 - 7:00pm
Engaging Students in Authentic Writing
February 16th, 2022 - 7:00pm
Using Supportive Response Protocols, Building Safety
March 2nd, 2022 - 7:00pm
Tips for Teacher Self-Care, Addressing Collective Traumas
How To Enroll
Click on the NWP link - https://studio.nwp.org
From there you will need to 'Request to Join' and create an account.
Once created, you will click on "Deeper Dives" in the lefthand menubar and scroll down to the following workshop.
UCI Writing Project's
Virtual Literacy Conference
December 15th, 2021
The Way Forward:
Creating Engaging and Equitable Literacy Practices for K-12 Learners:
Featured Keynote Speakers:
Mary Widtmann & Hue-An Wren
Marianne Stewart & Laseanda Wesson
Virginia Nguyen & Stacy Yung
Single Registration : $150.00
Five-person Group Registration : $600.00
NWP Affiliates: $75.00
The UCI Writing Project hosts its Annual Literacy Conference for Teachers, Grades K-12 each year in December at the UCI Student Center, bringing together over 500 educators and administrators from Southern California dedicated to improving students as readers and writers.
For More Information:
“This book is a great book to be using
in your Writers Workshop, teachers.
The more we know about stress and trauma in students, the better we can teach them. My husband, Adam, and
I have started to use this in our personal Writers Workshop with our classes.
It has brought on so many lovely conversations and a space to feel welcomed and loved. Check it out.”
– Rachael Naylor-Tatterson
Black River Montessori Elementary, Holland, Michigan