Greetings Friends and Colleagues, How do you make the most out of technology in the classroom?
Invitational Summer Institute Applications for the 33rd annual Summer Institute are now available
This month’s selection from the NYCWP newsletter archive is from the spring 2003 issue. Suzanna McNamara’s article, “A Class of Immigrant Non-Readers Reaches Out,” describes a unit of work she developed and taught to a class of SIFE students (students with interrupted formal education).
The NYCWP is, at heart, a community of writers. Across the city, NYCWP members are busy writing in many genres—fiction, poetry, memoir, academic writing, to name a few. The Writing Life will profile writers from our NYCWP writers and their adventures with the written word. This installment will feature the […]
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Greetings Friends and Colleagues, Happy New Year and welcome to the inaugural issue of the New York City Writing Project’s e-newsletter. As many of you remember, print newsletters have a rich history at the Project—running back to the spring of 1982.
Summer Fellowships Stay tuned for information about the NYCWP’s 34th annual Summer Invitational, as well as a Summer Advanced Institute. Applications for all Summer Fellowships will be released by early March.
A conversation about wordplay turns to a very serious issue about the future of “correctness.”
This month’s selection from the NYCWP newsletter archive is from the spring 2003 issue. “Blurring Boundaries Between Academic and Personal Writing,” an article by Vanessa Santaga, is particularly timely in light of the current drive to implement the Common Core Standards.