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Educator Innovator

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Educator Innovator is an initiative powered by the National Writing Project and provides a hub for educators and partners who are re-imagining learning in and out of school.

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Back to School with American Creed

Writing Project colleagues Janelle Bence, Dawn Reed, and Suzanne Sutton share student work created as part of the Writing Our Future: American Creed project. Hear from teachers about the possibilities of supporting youth in exploring their American identities and communities through the documentary and associated youth publishing platform. Resources and video at https://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/back-to-school-with-writing-our-future-and-american-creed/

58 MIN2018 DEC 15
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Back to School with American Creed

Marginal Syllabus—What's Radical About Youth Writing?

Join Marcelle Haddix, author of “What’s Radical about Youth Writing?: Seeing and Honoring Youth Writers and Their Literacies” for a conversation about her experience leading an interest-driven, asset-focused, out-of-school writing program that has implications for the classroom. Haddix is joined by educators Michelle King, Chris Rogers, and the organizers of Marginal Syllabus, Remi Kalir and Joe Dillon, for a discussion of the text, which is the featured article this month for Literacy, Equity + Remarkable Notes (LEARN), a project exploring the intersection of literacy and equity in partnership with the National Council of Teachers of English and Educator Innovator. More info + video athttps://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/whats-radical-about-youth-writing-seeing-and-honoring-youth-writers-and-their-literacies/

68 MIN2018 DEC 15
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Marginal Syllabus—What's Radical About Youth Writing?

Marginal Syllabus—Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in the Classroom

Join Antero Garcia, co-author of “Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in Classrooms,” for a conversation about ways educators can address trauma and create safe, relational, anti-oppressive classrooms in this age of vitriolic political rhetoric about issues facing women and people of color. Garcia is joined by educator Sarah Woodard and the co-founders of Marginal Syllabus, Remi Kalir and Joe Dillon, for a discussion of the text, which is the featured article this month for Literacy, Equity + Remarkable Notes (LEARN), which explores the intersection of literacy and equity in partnership with the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and Educator Innovator. More info at: https://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/marginal-syllabus-electing-to-heal-trauma-healing-and-politics-in-the-classroom/

52 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Marginal Syllabus—Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in the Classroom

Latest Episodes

Back to School with American Creed

Writing Project colleagues Janelle Bence, Dawn Reed, and Suzanne Sutton share student work created as part of the Writing Our Future: American Creed project. Hear from teachers about the possibilities of supporting youth in exploring their American identities and communities through the documentary and associated youth publishing platform. Resources and video at https://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/back-to-school-with-writing-our-future-and-american-creed/

58 MIN2018 DEC 15
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Back to School with American Creed

Marginal Syllabus—What's Radical About Youth Writing?

Join Marcelle Haddix, author of “What’s Radical about Youth Writing?: Seeing and Honoring Youth Writers and Their Literacies” for a conversation about her experience leading an interest-driven, asset-focused, out-of-school writing program that has implications for the classroom. Haddix is joined by educators Michelle King, Chris Rogers, and the organizers of Marginal Syllabus, Remi Kalir and Joe Dillon, for a discussion of the text, which is the featured article this month for Literacy, Equity + Remarkable Notes (LEARN), a project exploring the intersection of literacy and equity in partnership with the National Council of Teachers of English and Educator Innovator. More info + video athttps://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/whats-radical-about-youth-writing-seeing-and-honoring-youth-writers-and-their-literacies/

68 MIN2018 DEC 15
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Marginal Syllabus—What's Radical About Youth Writing?

Marginal Syllabus—Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in the Classroom

Join Antero Garcia, co-author of “Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in Classrooms,” for a conversation about ways educators can address trauma and create safe, relational, anti-oppressive classrooms in this age of vitriolic political rhetoric about issues facing women and people of color. Garcia is joined by educator Sarah Woodard and the co-founders of Marginal Syllabus, Remi Kalir and Joe Dillon, for a discussion of the text, which is the featured article this month for Literacy, Equity + Remarkable Notes (LEARN), which explores the intersection of literacy and equity in partnership with the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and Educator Innovator. More info at: https://educatorinnovator.org/webinars/marginal-syllabus-electing-to-heal-trauma-healing-and-politics-in-the-classroom/

52 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Marginal Syllabus—Electing to Heal: Trauma, Healing, and Politics in the Classroom

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