National Writing Project

Associated International Sites

The NWP maintains active relationships with associated sites that operate on the NWP model in international locations. Like NWP local sites, associated international sites run invitational summer institutes where teachers examine their classroom practice, study theory and research, and develop their own writing skills. During the school year, these teachers and professors provide professional development workshops in their schools and communities for teachers, administrators, and parents, and conduct research on literacy learning and professional development.

The WrITE Project

The WrITE (Writing for Integrated Teacher Education) Project was established in 2002 at Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong, located in Shatin, New Territories. For more information, contact the WrITE Project:

The WrITE Project (Writing for Integrated Teacher Education)
Faculty of Education
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, NT
Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 3943-6401
Fax: (852) 3943-4205
Email: write@fed.cuhk.edu.hk
Website: http://www.fed.cuhk.edu.hk/~ceelt/write

Malta Writing Programme

The Malta Writing Programme (MWP) was founded in 2001 by the Institute of Linguistics, University of Malta, in Msida. In 2003 management of the site transferred to the Foundation for Educational Services, in Mtarfa, under the supervision of the Department of Curriculum Management at the Ministry of Education. In October 2014, the MWP site transferred to the National Literacy Agency under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. For more information, contact the Malta Writing Programme:

The Malta Writing Programme
National Curriculum Centre
Joseph Abela Scolaro Street
Hamrun HMR 1304
Malta
Phone: (356) 2598 2130, 2598 2994
Email: rachel.schembri@gov.mt
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MaltaWritingProgramme

Trondheim Writing Project

The Trondheim Writing Project was founded in 2012 by the National Center for Writing Instruction and Writing Research in coordination with the University College of Southern Trøndelag, in Trondheim Norway. A writing course for college credit has been run by the Trondheim Writing Project since 2013 based on the principles of the National Writing Project. For more information, contact the Trondheim Writing Project:

Trondheim Writing Project
National Center for Writing Instruction and Writing Research
University College of Southern Trøndelag
Rotvoll Alle
7004 Tondheim
Phone: +47 73 41 30 70
Email: cherise.kristoffersen@hist.no
or post@skrivesenteret.no
Website: http://www.skrivesenteret.no/om-oss/english/

Singapore Writing Project

The Singapore Writing Project began in 2016 sponsored by the English Language Institute of Singapore. An invitational writing institute for teachers of English has been run by the Singapore Writing Project since 2014 based on the principles of the National Writing Project. For more information, contact the Singapore Writing Project:

Singapore Writing Project
English Language Institute of Singapore
2 Malan Road, Block P
Singapore 109433
Phone: +65 66 64 17 49
Email: moe_elis_academy@moe.gov.sg
Website: http://www.elis.moe.edu.sg
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