Teaching Writing in Wyoming Lost in Transition Colloquium (Part 1)
May 5, 4:00- 6:00 p.m., via video through the Wyoming Equality Network (WEN)
Rescheduled in part for 2014. Learn more below.
Registration is free, but required.
To participate, you must contact your local Wyoming Equality Network (WEN) coordinator. If you need to know who your coordinator is, please contact Leslie Brown, WEN video scheduler at the Wyoming Department of Education, 307-777-3348 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Regrettably, the Partnership and LeaRN had to cancel the Teaching Writing in Wyoming Lost in Transition Colloquium, scheduled for April 13-14 in Rock Springs, due to nasty weather. Our apologies for the inconvenience. We are rescheduling in the following ways.
May 5, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
- Video Conference Agenda
- Mini-grants: Explanation and discussion
- These mini grants are
designed to extend the conversations at TWW beyond a one day meeting. We hope to encourage not only networking and
collaboration, but also find ways to share broadly the positive accomplishments
of teachers (secondary and postsecondary) with local schools, communities, and
across the state. Click here for the mini grant application.
- Panel Discussion Questions
Grant Application due: May 19, 2014
- Panel discussion: Reading Words and Worlds: Using Texts to Develop Meaningful Tasks
Since face-to-face opportunities are important, the Teaching Writing in Wyoming colloquium will combine with the fall Literature Lost in Transition summit. The combined colloquium in the fall will keep Reading Words and Worlds: Using Texts to Develop Meaningful Writing Tasks as one of its focuses. More information about the combined colloquium, including the date and location, will be coming soon!
Again, we apologize for the cancellation and appreciate everyone’s flexibility.
Click Here, and Rick Fisher, our TWW Coordinator will get back to you as soon as possible.
TWW is co-hosted by: Wyoming School-University Partnership and LeaRN.