BSWP 2015 DAY 14 - Friends & leaders breakfast (click photo to see more)

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BSWP 2015 Day 6 - McCall Retreat (click photo to see more)

BSWP 2015 Day 5 - McCall Retreat

BSWP 2015 DAY 4 - McCall Retreat

BSWP 2015 DAY 3

BSWP 2015 DAY 2

BSWP 2015 DAY 1

Eleventh Annual

Boise State University

Writing Project

Invitational Summer Institute

Affiliated with the National Writing Project and sponsored by Boise State University
Pre-Institute TBA in April
Summer Institute: 18 arranged sessions between
June 8 – July 3, 2015
(Includes a retreat in McCall)

and the fellowship year

The National Writing Project is dedicated to the improvement of literacy instruction in our nation's schools, particularly through the means of composition as a unique and powerful way of learning and knowing in all curricular areas and at all grade levels.  The project is dedicated to the ideas that teachers are professionals who must practice what they teach and should be paid for their expertise.  The project is also dedicated to fostering an interdisciplinary community and support system of teachers from all grade levels and across the curriculum.

*Discover opportunities for instructional leadership
*Discover the latest in literacy pedagogy
*Share and work on your own teaching and writing
*Learn about implementing the Common Core State Standards and the next generation of assessments from our national level implementation team
*Network with innovative and dedicated teachers in Idaho and across the country
*Enjoy a Writing Retreat in McCall
*Learn to teach any subject more effectively through the use of writing, other forms of composition, literacy and technology

*Earn 6 graduate credits FOR FREE!  And much much more!

For more information contact: Jeff Wilhelm (208-921-3790) or Dawn Brown.

Fill out our application if you are interested!