The Chicago Area Writing Project (CAWP) is celebrating 35 years of helping teachers, schools and district improve literacy instruction for K-12 students. CAWP offers professional development programs at your schools and in your districts in writing, reading, content area reading and writing, assessment including the PARCC and more. For sample school programs and pricing, click the Program tab above and scroll down to School Programs.
Here are the registration flyers for our upcoming workshops and programs for for individual teachers
SPRING WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS:
“Reading Multiple Sources: What Should Students NOW Know?” Friday, March 6, 2015 9-2:45 p.m. The Common Core State Standards emphasize the importance of reading more than one text (including print, visual and multimedia). This full-day workshop is designed to help teachers in grades 1-6 design and assess lessons that teach their students to combine, compare, contrast, and analyze information from multiple sources. With a purpose beyond simple comprehension, this kind of instruction asks students to learn and remember information that becomes the background knowledge for future lessons. Join us for this BRAND NEW WORKSHOP! Presenters: CAWP Teacher Consultants Shari Frost, Petrine Ashley and Tim Hart
LOCATION: UIC Campus – 1640 w. Roosevelt Rd., Auditorium, Chicago Early bird deadline: Feb. 19, 2015 CAWP Reading Multiple Sources 3-6-15 flyer
Understanding the PARCC – Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 (REGISTRATION CLOSED) 9-2:45 p.m. Although this session is full, we expect to offer a condensed version of this workshop during the summer, so please check back!
2015 INVITATIONAL SUMMER INSTITUTE PLUS IN WRITING Early Acceptance Deadline: February 18, 2015
If you’re a teacher who is interested in improving your own writing, improving your instruction of writing and becoming a teacher of other teachers, consider applying for our reknowned Invitational Summer. For more information and application, click here.
If you’re interested in finding out earlier about CAWP workshops and classes for individual teachers, add your name and email to our mailing list by clicking Contact Us above and include the sessions/ topics that interest you in the comment section. Hope to see you soon!
- Barbara Kato, CAWP Director