Save the date: Friday, October 14 (statewide in-service day):
Revision: How to Teach it, Learn it, Love it!
Join us for this energizing and practical fall workshop on teaching revision as a creative process, with author and teacher Barry Lane.
When: Friday, October 14 (8:30 am - 3 pm)
Where: SOU Ashland campus, SU Arena (downstairs in the Stevenson Union)
Who: Teachers of all grades and subjects are welcome
Cost: $75 workshop fee includes 6 PDUs, lunch, and a copy of the book After the End
Advance registration required. Register online now!
About the Oregon Writing Project at SOU
The Oregon Writing Project (OWP) at SOU is dedicated to improving the writing abilities of students by strengthening the teaching and learning of writing, providing professional development programs for classroom teachers,and expanding the leadership roles of teachers.
OWP at SOU is one of five campus sites in Oregon and serves the southwest area of the state. OWP is affiliated with the National Writing Project and funded in part by the Federal Government. For more than twenty years, the National Writing Project has promoted and developed teacher-presenters, teacher-consultants, and teacher-leaders all across the United States.
These principles guide our work:
- Writing is fundamental to learning in all disciplines.
- Effective teachers of writing regularly write themselves.
- Teachers learn best from other successful teachers.
- Universities, districts, and schools deepen their work through collaboration.