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NWP Events & Opportunities

Engaging Teens as Changemakers: A Case Study—An Educator Innovator Webinar

February 7, 2017

How can you engage teens to be Changemakers?, a nonprofit founded by a kid for kids, will present their changemaking story and explore how to create, engage, and sustain teen changemakers. brings creative writing workshops, taught by teen instructors, to 8 to 12 year old kids that do not have access to writing experiences outside of school. During a Kids Tales workshop, kids spend a week creating their very own short story. At the end of the week, the stories are assembled in a collection and self-published as a real, physical anthology. This past summer Kids Tales taught workshops in five countries, serving 400 kids and engaging 100 teen writing instructors. More ›

How Do We Tell Our Stories in the Digital Age?

February 10, 2017

Connected to a larger project called Network Narratives (#netnarr) this opening conversation will be a consideration of literature in the digital age. What is electronic literature? Where can we discover it? What narrative genres have emerged based on the affordances of new media tools? What role might transmedia storytelling play in our school environments? More ›

The 2017 Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City
An Interdisciplinary Inquiry on Teaching the Holocaust

June 17–29, 2017
New York City, New York

Applications are now open for middle school, high school, and college faculty to attend The Holocaust Educators Network's Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City.Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2017. More ›


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