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NWP Events & Opportunities

Marginal Syllabus Annotathon

April 24–30, 2017

By Any Media Necessary and New Youth Activism: An Invitation to Annotate with Marginal Syllabus—An Educator Innovator webinar

April 25, 2017

Last month, in an Educator Innovator webinar titled "Growing Up American-Muslim: Challenges and Opportunities in the Classroom & Beyond," teachers and youth convened to discuss the experiences of American-Muslim students and teachers across geographic and educational contexts. This week we are joined by authors of By Any Media Necessary: The New Youth Activism (2016, NYU Press) and dive deeper into this topic by looking at a related chapter called "Storytelling and Surveillance: The Precarious Public of American Muslim Youth" in collaboration with Marginal Syllabus. This conversation kicks off a week-long "annotathon" hosted by Marginal Syllabus. We invite you to join us for this webinar and then to participate in the annotathon from April 24 to 30, 2017. More ›

2017 Poem in Your Pocket Day

April 27, 2017

As part of National Poetry Month, the National Writing Project is encouraging teachers and students to find their favorite poems or write their own, with the idea of carrying those poems and sharing them on April 27. 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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