Inside the National Writing Project : Connecting Network Learning and Classroom Teaching (Series on School Reform)

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Inside the National Writing Project : Connecting Network Learning and Classroom Teaching (Series on School Reform)

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The National Writing Project has become one of the most influential and longest lasting professional development programs in the history of the United States. With 175 school/university sites in 49 states, it has the reputation or being a career-altering professional development experience. This volume looks at the National Writing Project, analyzes what makes it so successful, and shows how other professional development efforts can learn from it.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Acknowledgments ix
Developing a Network for Teacher Learning and 1 (11)
Professional Development
The Role of Teachers in Professional 2 (2)
Educational Reform and Professional 4 (1)
Development Networks
The National Writing Project: Its Evolution 5 (4)
and Development
What We Wanted to Know 9 (3)
The ``Model'' and the ``Work'': Creating a 12 (21)
Social Context for Learning
The ``Model'': The Summer Institute 13 (6)
Composing Writing, Composing Teaching 19 (2)
Social Practices Leading to Professional 21 (10)
The ``Work'': Setting Cultural Conditions 31 (2)
for Professional Learning
Growing the Network 33 (19)
The Summer Institute as the Central 35 (2)
Organizing Unit
Teacher Consultants: Developing the 37 (1)
Leadership of the Network
The UCLA Writing Project: An Urban Site 38 (5)
The Oklahoma State University Writing 43 (4)
Project: A Regional Site
Leadership: The Writing Project Way 47 (3)
Social Practices and Network Organizing: A 50 (2)
Key Lesson in School Reform
Portraits in Teaching: Connecting Network 52 (28)
Learning, Classroom Teaching, and Student
The Initiates: Laura and Lisa 53 (9)
Becoming Teacher Leaders: Marlene and Mary 62 (8)
The Veterans: Sidonie and Linda 70 (8)
The Common Ground 78 (2)
The National Writing Project: Its Challenges 80 (23)
and Contributions
Network Way of Organizing: Challenges and 81 (5)
Networks Embedded in School-University 86 (2)
Networks, Partnerships, and Coalitions: 88 (2)
Occupying a ``Third Space''
Models and Practices, Not Prescriptions and 90 (2)
Volunteerism Versus Conscription 92 (2)
The Changing Social and Political Context 94 (1)
Managing Complexity, Diversity, and Change 95 (5)
as a Network
Professional Development: Joining Inquiry 100(3)
and Community in a Network Context
Appendix: Research Design: Teacher Development 103(6)
in a Network Context
References 109(4)
Index 113(4)
About the Authors 117