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NYCWP Voices: “Aren’t You Glad We Met?” by Marina Lombardo

NYCWP Voices: “Aren’t You Glad We Met?” by Marina Lombardo

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   Aren’t You Glad We […]

Apply to participate in Mozilla’s upcoming Web Literacy Training in NYC!

Apply to participate in Mozilla’s upcoming Web Literacy Training in NYC!

The NYCWP is honored to be part of Hive NYC. As part of the NYC Department of Education’s Innovation Partner Professional Development Program (IPPD), Mozilla Hive NYC invites DOE educators to participate in a day-long web literacy training. The program includes a face-to-face launch on Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 9am […]

NYCWP Voices: Two poems by Mindy Levokove

NYCWP Voices: Two poems by Mindy Levokove

  Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.     Note: These […]

Creativity Now at the Met Museum

Creativity Now at the Met Museum

  On October 2, 2015, the NYCWP again partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art to engage teachers of all grades and subjects in an art-based Writing Marathon. This mini-Marathon was part of the Met’s larger educator event, Creativity Now. Teachers gathered in the Met’s historic galleries to look, think, write and […]

NYCWP Voices: “You, the Speech Teacher” by Kristen McMahon

NYCWP Voices: “You, the Speech Teacher” by Kristen McMahon

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.     YOU, THE SPEECH […]

Election Day Workshop: Writing the Historical Argument

Election Day Workshop: Writing the Historical Argument

UPDATE: THIS WORKSHOP HAS SOLD OUT. If you would like to add your name to the waitlist, you can do so at bit.ly/NYCWPArgument2015.  

Election Day Workshop: Writing to Create Community

Election Day Workshop: Writing to Create Community

  Register for the NYCWP’s Election Day workshop, Writing to Create Community at bit.ly/NYCWPCommunity2015.   If you’re a principal who would like to register a group using a purchase order, please email Emmy Williamson at emmy@nycwritingproject.org.    

Teens Take the Met (October 16, 2015)

Teens Take the Met (October 16, 2015)

        On October 16, 2015, the NYCWP and over 40 other community partners joined the Metropolitan Museum of Art to help TEENS TAKE THE MET. This free event brought 4,442 teens to the museum, many of them for the first time. Many teens attended on their own […]

NYCWP Voices: “Test Day” by Marcus B. McArthur

NYCWP Voices: “Test Day” by Marcus B. McArthur

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   TEST DAY                                     […]

Introducing the 2015 NYCWP Summer Fellows

Introducing the 2015 NYCWP Summer Fellows