Summer 2015 Courses
|July 6 - 10|
|July 13 - 17|
|July 20 - 24||Strategies for Teaching Writing, 4 - 12|
|July 28, 29, 30||Three Days/Three Modes/Six Traits: An Academy for Implementing the Common Core Writing Standards|
|July 27 - 31|
|August 3 - 7||Nonfiction Texts: Reading to Analyze and Writing to Explore in the Age of the Common Core, 2 - 8|
|In Bucks County IU|
|July 8, 9, and 10||Advanced Institute: Writing Marathon for all past Institute participants|
|At Other Locations|
|July 13 - 17||
Literacy in Bloom: Botanical Inspirations for Reading, Writing, and Learning, K - 12
|July 20 - 21||Nature as Inspiration for Reading and Writing: Partnering with Children at Longwood Gardens, K - 2
|July 28 - 29||History and Art in Valley Forge National Park, 2 - 6 (one-credit)|
If you are not enrolled in a Master's Degree program at West Chester University, click here to learn how to register as a non-degree student.
1 credit course, tuition and fees = $506
2 credit course, tution and fees = $1,012
3 credit on-campus course, tuition and fees = $1,566
3 credit off-campus course, tuition and fees = $1,518
Invitational Writing Institute for Experienced Teachers
Application process required
Institute participants become Fellows of PAWLP and the National Writing Project and are eligible to teach in our summer Youth program, present in-service workshops, and present in courses.
Click here for an Institute application.