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Heritage Project featured in Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory publication

The Montana Heritage Project is the lead example in Writing to Learn: Revisiting Writing Across the Curriculum in Northwest Secondary Schools, published by Northwest Regional Lab in Portland as part of their By Request booklet series. We just got a bundle of these this morning, and we will give each HP teacher a copy at the WSF in Helena, February 7.

These reports briefly address current educational concerns and issues as indicated by requests for information that come to the Laboratory from the Northwest region and beyond. Each booklet contains a discussion of research and literature pertinent to the issue, a sampling of how Northwest schools are addressing the issue, suggestions for adapting these ideas to schools, selected references, and contact information.

One objective of the series is to foster a sense of community and connection among educators. Another is to increase awareness of current education-related themes and concerns. Each booklet will give practitioners a glimpse of how fellow educators are addressing issues, overcoming obstacles, and attaining success in certain areas. The series’ goal is to give educators current, reliable, and useful information on topics that are important to them.

The new booklet will be available online soon.

Posted by Michael L Umphrey on 01/03 at 12:30 PM






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