PAWLP Fellows


Advanced Institute

Bucks County Writing Marathon

for all past Institute participants

July 8, 9, and 10, 2015

Location: various locations throughout Bucks County

view flyer for details and registration information

Follow the PAWLP blog

Write~Share~Connect at
Monthly themes

August: Why I Teach

September: Building Community

October: Recommended Read-Alouds or Professional Books
November: Conferring
December/January: Key Strategies to Move Students forward as Readers, Writers, and Thinkers

February: Sustaining Positive Energy for Teachers and Students
March: Teaching to and for Diverse Populations

April: Incorporating Poetry Into Your Day or Week

PAWLP E-Journal

Fall 2014

Fellows are invited to submit manuscripts to PAWLP's E-Journal: 210 East Rosedale.

Submissions should be sent as a word document attachment to

Deadlines are February 15 and August 15.

Submission guidelines

Winter/Spring 2014

Summer/Fall 2013
Winter/Spring 2013

Summer/Fall 2012

Continuity Saturdays
May 2, September 12, November 7, December 5, 2015
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

Call 610-436-2202
or email Ann Mascherino to register.

PAWLP's 35th Anniversary Celebration

at the WCU Foundation

Saturday, April 18th

noon - 3:00 p.m.

See flyer for details

PAWLP Spring Book Club

We are excited that author Mickey Getty will join us on Thursday, May 14, from 5 - 7 p.m. at the PAWLP Office to discuss her book


The Fictional Life of Bridie O'Doyle

front bood cover entitled Soot

Facilitated by PAWLP Fellows

Pat Bove and Linda Kerschner

$10 donation for a light dinner
or feel free to BYO

RSVP to Ann Mascherino by May 7

Fellows' Educational Blogs

Several Fellows maintain educational blogs.  Follow them to see how the Project philosophy infuses the thinking of fellow educators.

Third and Rosedale

by Judy Jester, Brenda Krupp,
and Rich Mitchell
Walk the Walk

by Brian Kelley

Maria's Melange

by Maria Selke
Grammar Mom
by Linda Kerschner
Edutopia blog

by Gaetan Pappalardo

Plato's Locker

by Bill Bell

PAWLP Fellows' websites

Visit these PAWLP Fellows' websites:

Cheryl Stahle's Your Best Writing Group

Kate Walton's K. M. Walton, Author


Pennsylvania Council of Teachers
of English and Language Arts

National Writing Project

~ PAWLP Director Mary Buckelew participated in a show about Living History: Reading, Writing, and Learning at a National Park on NWP Radio. Listen to the archived show from April 25.

~ PAWLP Co-Director Lynne Dorfman also participated in an NWP Radio archived show from March 28 entitled Reading, Writing, and Mentor Texts: Imagining Possibilities.

Information for
Young Writers Staff

2015 Young Writers Teaching Application

Teacher Handbook

Site Coordinator Handbook

Teacher Forms