National Writing Project

The Voice

Vol. 4, No. 2, 1999

A Political Report from the Northwest Indiana Writing Project
By NWP Staff

Awards & Accolades
By NWP Staff

Bring Honor and Meaning to Learning
By Jim Burke

Director's Update
By Richard Sterling

E-Anthology Brings Teachers Together in Cyberspace
By Shirley Brown, Christina Cantrill

Farewell on Lake Michigan for Rural Voices, Country Schools
By Robert Lamm, Laura Paradise
The cool shore of Lake Michigan was the backdrop for the third and final summer institute of NWP's Rural Voices, Country Schools program....

Grant Opportunities
By NWP Staff

In Memory
By NWP Staff

Join Community of Writers Online with Donald Murray this Fall
By Joan Taylor
NWP teachers will have the opportunity to experiment with online collaboration this fall as they communicate online with noted author and writing teacher Donald Murray....

NWP Design Team Explores the Technological Frontier
By Aaron Curtiss

NWP Director Tackles Standards, National Site Support
By Art Peterson

NWP Reauthorization Co-Sponsors
By NWP Staff

NWP Recognized by NSDC
By NWP Staff

NWP to Congregate in Mile-High City
By NWP Staff

Reflections on Santa Fe Writing Retreat
By Donna Vincent

Rural Sites Gather on South Carolina Beach
By Robert Lamm
The Rural Sites Network tackled a number of challenging questions at its Rural Directions Retreat, May 20-23, 1999....

Serenity Found in Sunrise Springs
By Nancy J. Larsen

Taking the Mystery Out of NWP Reauthorization
By Roxanne Barber

Teachers as Poets: Seminole Country Report Card Grade 8
By Tere Brown Theodozio

Teachers as Poets: To Melissa (and the others)
By Dan Holt

Thankful Teachers Pay Tribute to Jim Gray
By NWP Staff

The Creation of the ELL (English Language Learners) Network
By Norma Mota-Altman
In 1999, ten NWP teacher–consultants met to develop and shape NWP's newest network, the English Language Learners (ELL) Network....

Thematic Strand Sessions Created for Annual Meeting
By Janet A. Swenson

Twenty-Five Years of Making a Difference
By Art Peterson
This account of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the California Writing Project reports on the successful aspects of the CWP and NWP, particularly the insistence that "teachers are our best resource and our best hope to rethink and reshape education....

Words Flow at Santa Fe Writing Retreat
By Man Martin

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