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Bring your practice, find your community.

Write. Learn. Lead. Connect.

Educators anywhere can tap into the power of the NWP network to support writing and the teaching of writing. NWP and its local Writing Project sites host a broad range of online opportunities for educators and for youth where they can engage, learn, and work together on areas of interest, starting with our dedicated online community, the Write Now Teachers Studio. Open learning opportunities range from webinar series and curriculum projects to large-scale publishing projects for teachers and students together.

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Write Now Teacher Studio

Where does a teacher go to get better at teaching writing? The Write Now Teacher Studio brings together educators with an interest in writing and the teaching of writing. In the studio, educators can write together, examine their teaching, create and refine curricula, and work toward ever-more effective and equitable practice in order to create confident, creative, and critical thinkers and writers. The Teacher Studio offers conversation, courses, reading and writing groups, and more, all available through a browser or our mobile app.

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Connected Learning and Writing

Online publishing projects for adults and youth

NWP’s Writing Our Future projects provide writing challenges, supportive curricula, and peer learning for young people, as well as safe, COPPA-compliant websites where they can publish. Other projects also provide community and classroom-ready resources to spark creativity. Check out NWP’s Write Out, an annual celebration of writing and learning outdoors that connects writers with the resources of the National Park Service.

Learn about upcoming participatory writing projects through the Write Now Teacher Studio, the Write Now newsletter, or any of our social media accounts.

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Find the resources and inspiration to fuel your practice

Built by teachers for teachers, NWP's teacher resource site collects a knowledge base of stories and resources from the Writing Project network and connects you to the stream of NWP conversations through NWP Radio podcasts, special series like The Write Time, and the Write Now newsletter.

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The National Writing Project, local Writing Project sites, and a wide range of NWP teacher-leaders create thriving networks across the social media sites you already visit. Get great content, explore curriculum, and learn about new resources and opportunities when you follow NWP’s social media communities on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Medium.

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