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Author: Esperanza Zamora

Resources to Support Students Audio Books! The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read-Alouds & Activities This listing compiled by We Are Teachers is organized by grade levels. Storyline Online videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations  Resources for National Poetry Month Tweetspeak: the best in poetry...

Resources to Support Parents Audio Books! The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read-Alouds & Activities This listing compiled by We Are Teachers is organized by grade levels. Storyline Online videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations  Resources for National Poetry Month Tweetspeak: the best in poetry...

2020 Invitational Leadership Institute (ILI) for PreK-University Educators of All Disciplines OUR INSTITUTE THIS YEAR is for NEW PARTICIPANTS AND  for RETURNING FELLOWS/TEACHER CONSULTANTS! The CCWP Invitational Leadership Institute is a K-University community of educators that teach writing in our region’s culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. We celebrate teacher...

Annual Spring Mini-Conference Inquiry and Equity: Teaching Writing that Matters CCWP: Teacher Consultants Discipline-Focused Workshops Workshops will include strategies and resources for elementary and secondary teachers of Math, Science, History/Social Science, and English Language Arts. Please contact Esperanza Zamora for more information at zamora@ucsc.edu...

  TGIF  with the Central California Writing Project Friday, Nov 30, 2018, from 4 to 6 pm Join us and find out How to bring the professional development you want to your school When the CCWP is offering open programs for any teacher What is CCWP teacher consultant Elkhorn...

Central California Writing Project Writing Rocks! Support improvement in writing instruction and in student writing and literacy learning. Giving Day February 27, 2019   When Don Rothman founded the Central California Writing Project in 1977, he wanted to "provide a space for sustained, difficult, and courageous dialogue about...

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