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Summer Institute 2017


2017 Summer Institute

Our 2017 Summer Institute has concluded.

 

Read about the 2016 OSUWP Summer Institute:  

OSU-Tulsa improves state literacy through summer institute for teachers

 
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Overview

The Invitational Summer Institute is a professional development program where teachers of all subjects and all grade levels, Pre-K to University come together to explore best practices, write and respond to others' writing and read and discuss current research. Educators leave the Summer Institute with a wealth of ideas generated by sharing with other dedicated educators, strategies and activities for instruction and assessment, a renewed energy for teaching, a sense of confidence in their own writing abilities, and a connection to a larger collegial group.

Teachers invited to the Summer Institute will:

  • Develop teaching strategies that fit their styles & meet the needs of their students
  • Read & discuss research on the teaching of writing & how it may be applied to subjects across the curriculum
  • Work in groups and share writing
  • Present a demonstration
  • Develop professional leadership roles as researchers, practitioners, writers & inservice providers

Benefits

The benefits of attending the Summer Institute are:

  • Graduate credit
  • PD points
  • Published OSUWP Summer Anthology
  • Training in Writing in the Content Areas: strategies for ELL instruction, technology integration, and achievement gap reduction
  • Free PD for schools sending teams of two teachers
  • Joining a professional community of writers and teacher leaders
  • Training as a professional development workshop facilitator for "teachers teaching teachers"

Videos

Learn more about the OSU Writing Project Invitaitonal Summer Institute by watching these videos and hearing from previous Summer Fellows.

Questions?  Email the OSU Writng Project at osuwp@okstate.edu.