Illinois Writing Project

The Illinois Writing Project (IWP) provides professional development on teaching writing, reading, and the application of both skills for learning across the curriculum and across whole schools.

The Illinois Writing Project offers in-depth staff development on composition and other elements of language arts for all grade levels across the curriculum. We develop teacher leaders and help insure that instructional improvements spread throughout a school and sustain themselves long-term.

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Summer Leadership Institute and Workshop help participants grow as educators, writers 

Teachers as Writers, Teachers of Writers, Teachers as Leaders

REGISTER FOR THE 2016 SUMMER INSTITUTE NOW!

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“This workshop has been life changing.  I have not only grown as an educator, but I have also grown personally.  The combination of writing and leadership activities allowed me to reflect on my role as a classroom teacher and as a leader within my school.”

“On the first day, someone said that a colleague described this workshop as ‘life-changing’. I can now wholeheartedly say that this statement is true. I am not the same writer that started here two weeks ago. I am not the same teacher. I am so much more.”

IWP Winter Conference for DuPage County’s 2016 Institute Day – a big success!

Featured speaker Troy Hicks inspired us on teaching, revising, and assessing digital writing.190 teachers participated.

Read about some of the day’s idea-filled sessions.

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