Lehigh Valley Writing Project to host second Mini-Best Practices conference

Applications to be a LWVP Fellow are now being accepted
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Teachers are invited to end the school year with a "bite-sized" Mini-Best Practices conference on May 17 at the Lehigh Valley Campus.

Credit: Nouran El-Ashry

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — The Lehigh Valley Writing Project (LVWP) will host its second "Mini-Best Practices in Teaching Writing Conference: Finishing Strong" from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 17,  at Penn State Lehigh Valley located in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.

Teachers are invited to make connections with local educators, administrators and community members; and join LVWP Fellows and friends for an engaging evening of teacher-based strategies for finishing strong in the writing classroom.

To register for the conference or find out more information, visit the registration page or contact Nicole Moschberger at 610-285-5239 or [email protected].

Invitational Leadership Institute

Educators who are interested in becoming a LVWP Fellow can now apply for the six-credit Invitational Leadership Institute and join the nation-wide community of Writing Project Fellows. Applications are being accepted until June 1.

To apply to be a LVWP Fellow and find out more information about the 6-credit Invitational Leadership Institute, visit lvwp.org.


Dennille Schuler

Public Relations Specialist
Penn State Lehigh Valley

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