More OWP Grads Present at Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference
November 21, 2018
Forty-three Pacific Northwest educators who have participated in Oregon Writing Project classes presented workshops at the recent 10th Annual Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference in Portland, held at Madison High School. Over 1500 regional tteachers attended this day-long event entitled, “Rethinking Our Classrooms, Organizing for Better Schools.”
Workshop presenters included: Kara Stroman, Andie Cunningham, Elizabeth Hoover, Emily Armgardt, Ursula Wolfe-Rocca, Natalie Labossiere, Shannon Haywood, Alejandra Nava-Replogle, Jacqueline Fitzgerald, Aarika Elwer, Evan Tyler, Abby Rotwein, Heather Barcan, Valerie Schiller, Angela DiPasquale, Marta Repollet, Chelsea Hallam, Ian Twiss, Kawanna Bolden, Ben Malbin, Mykhiel Deych, Chris Riser, Kim Kanof, Camila Arze Torres Goitia, Ellie McIvor-Baker, Dyan Watson, Gillian Sullivan-Bing, Jayme Causey, Donald Rose, Amy Lindahl, Tim Swinehart, Susan Pfohman, Jaydra Johnson, Kevin Marshall, Haverty Brown, Jenna Guertin-Davis, Brady Bennon, Moé Yonamine, Mariela Tyler, Debra Tavares, Elizabeth Thiel, Alex Stegner, and OWP Director, Linda Christensen.