WRITE Center Project Timeline

2019-03-01 16:29:02

WRITE Center Website: Launch

Visit our website for future webinar events, resources, latest research, and more! Sign-up for our monthly newsletter on our website. Access the latest resources and information for educators.

2019-03-24 16:29:02

Researcher Resource Web Page: Launch

Our research page features 17 research categories and over 500 research articles.

2019-04-01 16:29:02

Twitter Account: Launch

Let's stay connected! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @WRITE_Center The WRITE Center frequently announces future events and highlights resources on our social media platforms.

2019-05-28 16:29:02

Instagram/Other Social Platforms: Launch

We are a growing national center! Join us through Twitter (@WRITE_Center), Instagram (@thewritecenter), and Pinterest (@nationalwritecenter).

2019-06-26 04:04:28

Livestream/In-Person Event: Designing Writing Assignments

Jim Burke presented in the Summer Livestream Series 2019. His presentation focused on the "Six Academic Writing Assignments: Designing The User's Journey." To watch his presentation, click on "Find Out More"

2019-07-03 22:26:16

Livestream/In-Person Event: Empowering Adolescent Writers

Kelly Gallagher presented is the Summer Livestream Series. His presentation focused on "180 Days: Two Teachers and the Quest to Engage and Empower Adolescents." To playback his presentation, click on "Find Out More"

2019-07-10 12:34:56

Livestream/In-Person Event: Supporting Adolescent Readers

Carol Jago focuses her livestream on "The Book in Question: Why and How Reading is in Crisis." To playback her presentation click on "Find Out More"

2019-08-06 01:11:03

Blog: Secondary Writing Instruction: Three Evidence-Based Practices that Work

Check out these three recommendations for teaching secondary students to write effectively. The authors, including WRITE center leaders Carol Booth Olson and Steve Graham, consider two decades of writing research and practice in order to find the three best evidence-based practices for improving student writing.

2019-08-08 17:02:48

Text-Based Analytical Essays (Pathway; Grades 6-12) Analytic Coding


2019-08-22 22:53:22

Blog: Using Assessments to Inform Instruction

Our previous post highlighted several evidence-based strategies for teaching secondary students to write effectively. In this guide, a panel of experienced writing teachers and writing researchers outline ways to implement high-leverage practices for writing in secondary classrooms across content areas. The third recommendation, informed in part by the work of WRITE Center leader Dr. Carol Booth Olson, is to use assessment to inform instruction. While many experienced educators recognize the value of frequent and formative assessment, the guide offers new and informative methods for better leveraging assessment and feedback to drive student growth.

WRITE Center Project Timeline

Copy this timeline Login to copy this timeline 3d Game mode