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PAWLP offers summer and school-year courses and workshops in teaching writing, teaching literature, writing-reading connections, authentic assessment, and special topics of interest to educators. For information on how to bring a course or professional development program to your district contact Mary Buckelew at 610-436-2998.
Experienced teachers can become Project teacher-consultants by participating in one of our Invitational Institutes. Teacher-consultants are Fellows of the National Writing Project and eligible to coordinate graduate and in-service programs and teach in our summer Youth Programs.
PAWLP offers cost effective on-site professional development. We have consultants who specialize in all aspects of teaching writing and reading across the content areas.
Professional Development Seminars
Does your district have achievement gap concerns? Learn how RATE (Reach And Teach Everyone) can help address those concerns in ways tailored to your particular needs.