Continuity programs and structures are designed to support the ongoing professional community of teacher-consultants and foster their shared commitment to improving the teaching and learning of writing. As part of the professional community, teachers participate in the leadership of the site through teacher-consultant councils and advisory boards, and through a variety of opportunities that build knowledge about the discipline, professional development, and classroom practice.
The following resources offer information about approaches to continuity and sustainability from selected sites.
A writing project site depends on teacher-consultants to lead its work and share the responsibility for conducting its activities. These resources include information about approaches to supporting leadership at local sites. More ›
Teacher inquiry programs, study groups, professional reading groups, writing groups, and other types of learning communities keep teachers engaged in the writing project and support their continued learning. The resources below offer examples of approaches to continuity at selected sites. More ›