2011 NWP Annual Meeting Afternoon Plenary

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This is the accompanying slideshow for the afternoon plenary at the 2011 NWP Annual Meeting.

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  • 2011 NWP Annual Meeting Afternoon Plenary

    1. 1. LOOKING BACK,LOOKING FORWARD
    2. 2. 1974
    3. 3. Seeding an Idea…The UC Berkeley/Bay Area Writing Project cantouch the nation; it can effect major educationalreform. …We can change things in this country.And few people ever have that opportunity. James Gray, Memorandum August 23, 1976
    4. 4. 1979
    5. 5. Connecting a National Network 1.0When I experienced the culture of the summerinstitute, [I knew] this is for us. It drew on thestrengths of teachers, there was a confidenceand a camaraderie there that I’d never seen in agraduate classroom. Sandra Burkett Price, Interview, January 11, 2008
    6. 6. Confronting Key Educational Challenges…And the fact that we put diversity at the centerof this, as well as second language issues … wassomething that really went to the heart of it forall the people who participated. … Richard Sterling, Interview, April 9, 2008
    7. 7. 1991
    8. 8. Connecting a National Network 2.0But at the National Writing Project level,someone like myself … can talk to people from awide range of other areas with other interestsand discover where there’s overlap, discoverwhere there’s difference, discover how the goodteaching of writing kind of transcends some ofthose borders. Michael Thompson, Interview November 29, 2010
    9. 9. 2011
    10. 10. Staying Power Out of EducationEducation, non- 3% teaching 20% Teaching 77%
    11. 11. Lasting Impact100%90%80% Influence of WP Experience70% Apply Knowledge/Skills60% Influence of WP Attitudes and50% Values40%30%20%10% 0% No Yes
    12. 12. NWP Core Principles
    13. 13. Thank you! Selamawit Fessehaie Luke Hokama James Stapleton Sherry Swain

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