Seeking Graduate Students

If you are looking for English or Education graduate credit hours then the Morehead Writing Project’s Online Summer Institute (June 10-July 5) might be the perfect chance to earn up to six hours of graduate credit and become a National Writing Project teacher!

Participants will work with Google tools, HyperDocs, Ungrading, Project-Based Learning, and have the opportunity to focus their work on solving a problem specific to their teaching context. The Online Summer Institute offers research-backed PD designed to fit the individual schedules and needs of educators. This professional development is approved by a wide range of professional development grants as a member of the National Writing Project network and an affiliate of the Kentucky Writing Project which makes this professional development right for teachers, teacher leaders, literacy coaches, supervisors of instruction, and administrators.

Teachers at any grade level and in any content area are welcome. The Morehead Writing Project’s Online Summer Institute is co-led by Morehead Writing Project Co-Director Leslie Workman and Morehead Writing Project Site Director Deanna Mascle. Workman taught high school for several years and is currently the principal of Fairview Elementary School. This is most likely the last time Morehead Writing Project Site Director Dr. Deanna Mascle will lead this work. She is known for innovative work teaching writing and comprehensive literacy. Contact Dr. Mascle details about graduate work at Morehead State University.

As I head into my final years of teaching and what may be the last Summer Institute I lead, I want to celebrate with all my being the National Writing Project’s 50th anniversary, but even more than that I want to bring more teachers into this joyful work with me.

Awesome Year to Become a National Writing Project Teacher Leader