News and Events
- NEWSOver the last year amidst the challenges of teaching throughout a pandemic, the Oregon Writing Project community continued their practice of writing.Oregon Writing Project teachers anchored many workshops at this year’s 14th Annual Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference, where close to 2,000 educators and activists attended.“I can’t think of any teacher in America who has had such a wide and positive influence on the teaching of English to under-served students in American secondary schools.” - Sheridan Blau, Teachers College at Columbia UniversityFall features from OWP Teachers and Coaches in Rethinking Schools magazineA few recent highlights from OWP Teachers and CoachesSummer features from OWP Teachers and Coaches in Rethinking Schools magazineOver twenty Pacific Northwest teachers who have participated in Oregon Writing Project classes will present workshops at the upcoming Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference in Seattle.Three educators featured in this summer’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazineTwo educators featured in this spring’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazineTwo educators featured in this winter’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazineForty-three OWP educators presented at the 2018 Conference.Two educators featured in this fall’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazine
The Learning Professional—The Learning Forward Journal by Linda Christensen and Bill BigelowThree educators are featured in this Fall’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazine.Three educators are featured in this Spring’s issue of Rethinking Schools magazine.
Past EventsSeptember 18, 2015
Friday, September 18
4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Discussion begins at 5:30 p.m.)
Oregon Writing Project is located in Rogers Hall on the Graduate Campus.
Director Linda Christensen
Program Assistant Kelly Novahom
Oregon Writing Project
Lewis & Clark
615 S. Palatine Hill Road MSC 85
Portland OR 97219