Spring Writing Workshop!
invigorate your writing – respond to prompts across several genres
refine your instruction – explore strategies to promote fluency
enrich your collegial circle – learn about writing programs throughout the Bay Area and form small groups to coach and encourage
reflect, redirect, renew – enjoy the energy and inspiration BAWP offers
Both classes facilitated by BAWP TC Meredith Pike-Baky and held at Redwood High School in Larkspur, conveniently located off 101 and strategically situated at the hub of three independent bookstores (!)
“…a wonderfully enriching week of writing and thinking on the teaching of writing!”
“…a wealth of ideas to work from in designing a great writing program…”
“…extremely useful, fulfilling and renewing processes for teachers…”
Register now and tell your friends! *Note – all classes held in Larkspur at Redwood High School
Spring’15 Write toTeach Registration Form (
$300 Now $250 – make check payable to UC Regents)
Online Registration (
$315 Now $265 – includes credit card processing fees)
Spring Write to Teach (pdf)
Registration Questions? Contact BAWP (email@example.com)
Workshop Questions? Contact Meredith Pike-Baky (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bay Area Writing Project
Second Friday of Every Month!
WriteEasy on Meet Up! See who else is coming.
Easy to get to from North, South, East and West. Plenty of street parking. Good coffee, tea and food at Mudrakers!
Hope to see you there,
Karen Adams and Marty Williams
Bay Area Writing Project
A monthly literary reading series featuring Bay Area Writing Project Teacher Consultants and other local writers
Every Second Sunday of the Month (January 11th, February 8th, and March 8th)
Expressions Gallery – 2035 Ashby Avenue at Adeline in Berkeley (very close to Ashby BART)
Sunday, January 11, 2015 – 3:00-4:30 p.m.
The Bay Area Writing Project (BAWP) is a collaborative program between the University of California at Berkeley and Bay Area schools, dedicated to improving writing and the teaching of writing at all grade levels and in all disciplines. One of the founding principles of BAWP suggests that the best teachers of writing also write themselves. This monthly reading is a lively and unique place to hear the powerful voices of teachers and other writers in our rich and varied Bay Area communities.
Read our literary journal, Digital Paper, on BAWP’s website at bayareawritingproject.org.
Light refreshments will be served.
Come a bit early and sign up for Open Mic.
Please contact Marty Williams at email@example.com or 510-928-7032 with questions