“This course will emphasize nurturing the writer-within each participant.” Teachers of all grade levels and subject areas will learn research-driven strategies to cultivate their students’ ability to write and think successfully, engage in peer review, foster clear thinking, and facilitate inquiry. Educators will be given ideas and resources necessary to teach and model the writing […]
The Central Utah Writing Project sponsors an annual summer institute where teachers who are interested in writing and writing pedagogy come together for three weeks of insightful instruction and reflection. During the institute, teachers demonstrate best practice, read and discuss research, and write and respond to others’ writing …
Have dreams of writing epic novels, beautiful poetry, short stories, insightful blogs, entertaining plays or family memoirs? Sign up for one of BYU’s popular writing camps! Each camp is crafted to improve academic and creative writing skills. Select a camp to learn more: If you are interested in becoming a member of the Central Utah […]
In department meetings, faculty lounges, and in school hallways around the country, frustrated teachers can be heard saying, “once testing is over, I can get back to teaching.” Some of our favorite bloggers at Two Writing Teachers, share insights regarding how to keep our classrooms grounded in good writing instruction …
Writing is often considered a lonely hobby, interest or profession. Participation in the Central Utah Writing project broadened not only my writing craft, abilities and experiences but my connections to other teachers who have a passion for writing and for teaching writing. Writing includes the connection I have to other writers-and especially the writers from CUWP.
Jennifer Brimley does not teach English. Science teachers can write too, and they can be a part of an organization aimed at encouraging students to learn through writing (any subject). In the real world, every professional uses writing to communicate and think. Jennifer’s students do too. We are so proud that Jennifer is a part of CUWP …
From the misted grey horizon
ghostly sentinels of the forest swirl into view
Whispers of a colder season of life
Join us for our next Walk and Write activity on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 5:00pm. We will begin at the RiverWoods Mall (at the corner of Center Street and University Avenue in Provo) and end at the Macaroni Grill in the RiverWoods. Click the image above for more information about our CUWP Walk and Write activities.
Becoming a CUWP writing fellow means you get to do awesomely cool stuff like hang out with yo’ friends and do some writing in cool places like Daniel’s Summit. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Central Utah Writing Project, we invite you to apply for our next summer institute.
Every summer, Central Utah Writing Project works with BYU to teach various writing camps. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Central Utah Writing Project, we invite you to apply for our next summer institute.