The Writing Redesigned for Innovative Teaching and Equity (WRITE) Institute, a national academic excellence model for professional development, supports TK-12 schools and districts to implement an equity-centered, culturally and linguistically responsive writing approach in English and Spanish. Aligned to the writing standards in the California Common Core Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Science, Science, and Technical Subjects, WRITE prepares students for college, career, and civic participation.
Through partnerships with schools, districts, and county offices, WRITE develops a network of leaders with a shared understanding of quality integrated literacy instruction. Join TK-12 teacher leaders across the state in a four-module online course to focus on equity-centered, research-based writing instruction.
Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Research Study:
Eric Haas, Julie Goldman & Christian Faltis (2018) Writing Practices for Mainstream Teachers of Middle School English Learners: Building on What We Know Works Effectively
Upcoming WRITE Institutes:
WRITE grades TK-12
The San Diego County Office of Education’s Writing Redesigned for Innovative Teaching and Equity (WRITE), a national academic excellence model for professional development, supports schools and districts to implement to prepare students for college, career, and civic participation through an integrated literacy approach. The four-module WRITE innovation focuses on an equity-centered, culturally and linguistically responsive instructional literacy for multilingual TK-12 classrooms.
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