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Thursday AM Session
Thursday PM Session

Friday: General Session/Round A Session
Friday Round B Sessions
AM1: Strategic Planning Before, During, and After Leadership Transitions
PM1: Leadership Transitions: Exploring Challenges and Opportunities
General Session
B1 Professional Learning in Social Media Spaces
AM2: Visioning Retreats as a Strategy for Site Development
PM2: Overcoming the Challenges of Organizing a Professional Writing Retreat
A1: Technology and Literacy Conferences: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How?
B2 Reading the Research: Teachers Developing as Leaders over the Long Term
AM3: Language and Dialect Diversity in the Writing Classroom
PM3: Pinpointing Promise: Looking Closely at the Writing of English Language Learners
A2: Teacher Retention in Tough Times: What NWP's New-Teacher Initiative Has Taught Us
B3 Fostering Authentic Student Writing in Nings and Blogs
AM4: Research: Developing Evaluations of Your Programs
PM4: Advanced Institutes to Support Inservice
A3: NWP's Book Group Ning
B4 Learning About Our Work Through Local Site Research
AM5: Giving Diversity a Voice in Rural Sites
PM5: Resiliency and Reform: Strange Bedfellows in an Era of High Stakes
A4: Tapping Community Resources Through Partnering
B5 Reading the Research: Living and Learning with New Media
AM6: Advocating for Your Writing Project Site
PM6: Identity Matters: Examining the Role of Identity in Content Area Learning
A5: Improving Academic Analysis and Argument: Creating Opportunities for Active Problem-Solving Through Dialogue and Writing
B6 A Close Look at Writing with Young Children
AM7 Using Wikis to Promote Authentic and Collaborative Writing Among ESL Students in Hong Kong
PM7


AM8: Keeping the Focus on Writing in the Upper Elementary and Middle School Grades
PM8: Using Inquiry Groups to Address Burning Questions About School Relationships
A6: Negotiating Tenure and Promotion in the University
B7 Boys, Books, Banter: Gender Dynamics in Student Book Clubs
AM9: Writing in the Digital Age: Learning Environments and Student Work
PM10: Site Development in the Early Years from Invitational Summer Institute to Continuity to Inservice
A7: Outreach to Tribal Communities
B8 Researching Literacy and Learning in Afterschool/Out-of-School Time
AM10: The Invitational Summer Institute: Recruiting and Developing Teacher-Leaders
PM11: Ways In: Writing Project Sites Partnering with High Schools
A8: Unraveling Special Education—Writing Project Style
B9 The Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards: A Partnership and Continuity Opportunity
AM11: Developing Site and Network Capacity in Spite of Fiscal Uncertainty
PM12: Integrating New Literacies into Classroom Practice and the Resulting Impact on Site Leadership
A9: Rural Poverty: Moving Beyond Ruby Payne
B10 Yes, You Can Use Copyrighted Materials!
AM12: Creating and Implementing Young Writers' Workshops
PM13: Connecting Writing in High School and College
A10: Youth Literacy Connections: Local Writing Project Sites and 826 National
B11 Podcasting for Literacy
AM13: (Re)Building an Inservice Program
PM14: Recruiting for the Invitational Summer Institute
A11: Reading the Research: Teaching the New Writing
B12 Offering Access Through Open Institutes
AM14: Special-Focus Network Minigrants: Accessing Supplemental Funding to Grow Your Site Strategically
PM15: Embedding Professional Development, Professional Community, and Writing Assessment in the Work of Teaching
A12: Reading, Writing, and Teaching the Holocaust
B13 The Pedagogy of Facilitation: A Way of Thinking About Facilitation
AM15: Developing Ourselves: Teacher Inquiry as Professional Development
PM16: Developing Collaborative Leadership: How and Why
A13: Reading the Research: Inquiry as Stance, with Susan Lytle
B14 Hey, Teacher, Inquiry Is Knocking at Your Door!
AM16: Leadership Development in the Early Years
PM17: Examining Core Work Through Development of an Online Presence
AM17: Writing Project Programs at the Community College
PM18: Designing Advanced Institutes for Change
A14: Learning Together: A Conversation About the National Writing Project
B15 Nudging Revision Online by Keeping Authors in Charge
AM18: Reading in the Summer Institute: Responding to the Needs of the Service Area
PM19: Building Community in the Summer Institute of the East Asia Writing Project
A15: Hearing LGBTQ Voices in the Classroom
B16 NWP Sites: Reporting and Compliance
AM19: "Remix": A New Literacy Practice
PM20: Immersion Experience Strengthens ELL Practices and Builds Site Capacity
A16: The Continued Funding Application and the Annual Review Process
B17 Continuity: A Variety of Study Groups and Learning Occasions
AM20: Putting Technology at the Center of Partnerships
PM21: 21st Century Literacy and the Graphic Novel
A17: Building Reflective Practice: Stories of Coaching and Facilitation in Large Urban Centers
B18 Reading the Research: Foregrounding the Disciplines in Secondary Literacy and Teaching
AM21: Developing and Sustaining Partnerships: Making Them Come to You
PM22: Reading the Research: The Stanford Report on Professional Learning in the Learning Profession
A18: Writing as Informed Citizens
B19 Reading the Research: Meeting the Needs of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students
AM22: Using Wikis to Promote Authentic and Collaborative Writing Among ESL Students in Hong Kong
PM23: Using Site Profile Data for Strategic Planning and Inquiry
A19: Digital Is for English Language Learners
B21 Coordinating Inservice Work with School and Federal Funding Opportunities
AM23: Organizing and Prioritizing the Work of State and Regional Networks
A20: Developing "Wise Eyes" for Inviting and Examining Writing
B22 Coaching for Inquiry in the Summer Institute Demonstration
AM24: Digital Storytelling Across Content Areas and for Every Student
A21: Connecting Professional Development to Local Context
B23 Revision: Teaching the Writer, Not the Writing
AM25: Maintaining University Relationships in a Time of Economic Struggle

A22: Uses of Writing in Content Areas
A23: Strategic Use of Model Lessons in Inservice Programs
A24: Special-Focus Network Minigrants Poster Session