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San Antonio Writing Project Delves into Digital Writing

Publication: UTSA Today
Date: September 27, 2011

Summary: The San Antonio Writing Project hosted a seminar "Digital Writing: Byte Write Into It" as part of its professional development series. The seminar provided educators ways to teach writing using technology.


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"We established the San Antonio Writing Project in 2006 at UTSA as a way to help local teachers improve their overall writing instruction," said Roxanne Henkin, UTSA professor in the College of Education and Human Development's Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching and SAWP director. "Under the Writing Project model, teachers teach teachers. Then, the teachers who attend our seminars go back to their schools and share what they learned with their colleagues."

Educator Chris Navarro will keynote the seminar. Navarro has worked in education since 1998 as a teacher and program coordinator in schools and with non-profit organizations. He is an active participant in the Central Texas Writing Project, has lobbied on behalf of the NWP and is an advocate of charter school reform. Currently, he serves as the program coordinator of a small business called Open Art that provides fine arts enrichment and education services and creative consulting to parents and students, public and private schools, and other types of organizations. He also independently publishes a comic book called "Chicano Superstar."

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