Come to the Mountain!
The KMWP Continuity Program provides opportunities for fellowship and professional renewal throughout the year. While these events allow former summer fellows and KMWP members to reconnect on a regular basis, they are also open to all educators, parents, students, and community members interested in promoting literacy.
Contact Continuity Program Coordinator: Mary Stillerman for information or to r.s.v.p. to an upcoming event.
Notice & Note Book Club
A group of 10 teachers have gathered together to discuss Notice & Note. Look for future invitations to join KMWP book clubs.
Do you need a reason to join a writing group? Check all that apply:
- Discipline and encouragement will motivate you to write and revise.
- You are working on a novel or short story and need a reader’s ear.
- You want to recapture the “magic” from your summer institute.
- You want to strengthen your writing and develop your craft.
- You have an idea for an article and need a sounding board.
- Listening to others will help you critique your own writing.
- A deadline is looming, and you need critical commentary.
- You enjoy reading drafts and talking about technique.
- You are a writer. It’s what we do.
“A colleague’s ‘can’t fail’ worksheet, an adage by a famous writer, and even a good chapter in a book about writing simply cannot duplicate the magic—there’s really no other word for it—when writers simply write and share their writing in a supportive environment.” ~ Connolly, Bill. “Keith’s Question.” The Voice. The National Writing Project. 9.2 (2004).
Join us. Email email@example.com for more information.
Previous Contuinity Events:
Twitter Event, Spring 2013: Join us on Twitter @theKMWP for our Spring Continuity
Celebrate National Poetry Month with KMWP Fellows on Twitter
NWP Link & Learn: Can students learn to think deeply about word choice and audience through micro writing? Learn more at NWP’s Digital Is The Short Form
Previous Continuity Events:
- Idea Exchange: Using Books as Mentor Text hosted by Cindy Crews
- Dine and Discuss Diversity with Zsa Boykin to discuss Lisa Delpit’s Other People’s Children
- KMWP Radio – Readings from KMWP Fellows
- Webinar: Writing from Memory – Multigenre writing using the American Memory Collection of the Library of Congress
- Webinar: Reaching Reluctant Writers Through Memoir
- Teaching the Holocaust Panel & Discussion