NWP

This piece is co-authored with Meenoo Rami. We (Chad & Meenoo) want  to begin by thanking the NWP Hackjam development team for all the inspiring work its members have done in making this post possible. So, thank you Christina and Paul! We want to thank our participants, as well, for throwing themselves enthusiastically into the messy work of remaining schools and classrooms. Though it's taken...
On Sunday, June 26th, the National Writing Project is hosting a Hackasurus-inspired Hack Jam at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, PA. The Hack-Jam is meant to complement ISTE's 2011 conference theme, "unlocking potential." "Hacking" is generally understood to be a computing term describing digital breaking and entry. Within the past few weeks, high profile hacking attacks have hit...
I started blogging because I want to help teachers change what we do in our classrooms. I remain convinced that teachers' individual decisions have more impact on what happens in their classrooms than policy does. I don't want any school to become the land of do as you please, but I do want every school to become a land of learn as you please. To enable teachers and students to co-create and...

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