Jul
12–16

Writing and Thinking Workshops

Writing and Thinking Workshops
We are pleased to once again offer our July Workshops online. Online workshops will run from Monday July 12–Friday July 16, from 9am–1pm, including a 30-minute break.

July 12–16, 2021

Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson

July Workshops

The July weeklong workshops help teachers deepen their understanding of writing-based teaching, its theory and practices, and its application in the classroom. Each workshop focuses on a particular form of writing—the essay, the academic paper, creative nonfiction, poetry—or on writing-based teaching in a particular subject area, such as history, science and math, or grammar.

We are pleased to once again offer our July Workshops online. Online workshops will run from Monday July 12–Friday July 16, from 9am–1pm, including a 30-minute break.

Bard IWT workshops focus on reading and writing in collaboration and in conversation. Participants will experiment with writing practices that can be adapted to their classrooms, both online or in-person. Please note that the online workshops will not be a survey of different platforms, apps, and tools—rather, they will focus on how teachers can creatively implement writing-to-read and writing-to-learn practices using widely accessible tools.

Click to expand the 2021 workshop descriptions below. Please note that we are offering some workshops in multiple time zones. Time zone options are listed in each workshop description below, and you can also see the workshops arranged by time zone in the sidebar to the right.
 

Writing & Thinking

Writing to Learn

NEW! Writing and Thinking: Restorative Words, Restorative Practices

Inquiry into Essay

Thinking Historically through Writing

Writing to Learn in the STEM Disciplines

Creative Nonfiction: Telling the Truth

NEW! Creative Nonfiction: Hybrid Narratives and the Power of Voice