Inservice Programs

In-service Programs for School Districts

The National Writing Project in New Hampshire offers consulting services to school systems across New Hampshire, and professional development opportunities for teachers:

  • Graduate-level classes and professional development programs (special tuition rate)
  • Intensive summer institute for teachers of writing in all subjects
  • Short term special focus institutes on topics of interest
  • In-classroom consultations (K-12)
  • After school workshops
  • Two-hour classroom workshops
  • Facilitated study groups
  • Teacher research groups
  • Classroom demonstrations with follow-up
  • Embedded institutes
  • Saturday Retreat sessions
  • Annual Fall Conference

For more information about in-service programs download brochure (pdf), contact NWPNH director Dr. Meg Petersen.

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