UNCW invites you to attend our 2nd Annual Writing Conference at the Watson College of Education, UNCW in Wilmington, NC, Saturday - Monday, June 21-23 2014.
Saturday ‐Monday, June 21‐23, 2014
Watson College of Education at the University of North Carolina Wilmington
- Watson College of Education
- UNCW Language and Literacy Graduate Program
- UNCW Professional Development System
- Uni-SPIRE, publisher of the Universal Writing Continuum.
Registration Fee is $130 with discounts for teams of teachers or for teachers who have mentored a UNCW intern during 2013-2014. Registration will begin March 29.
Composing in Different
Writing as a Tool for
Writing and Its
Dr. Debbie Powell, Associate Professor of Language and Literacy
Distinguished Professor of Education, Indiana University
Jerry is a world-renown author, researcher and artist.
Literacy Consultant, Melbourne, Australia
Lorraine is an inspirational speaker on literacy issues, and is in demand around Australia and the United States.
Professor in the College of Education at The University of Iowa
Brian's research focuses on two major areas: how we can use language as a learning tool to improve students' understanding of science and the development of scientific arguments.
Assistant Professor of Elementary, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Specializes in visual literacies and new literacies.
Dr. Heidi Mills & Tim O'Keefe
Dr. Heidi Mills is an endowed professor in the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina and the Curriculum and Development Specialist at the Center for Inquiry, a public magnet school that she helped establish.
Tim O’Keefe is a teacher of grades 2-3 and founder at the Center for Inquiry. You may recognize Tim as one of the outstanding teachers featured in Anneburg Media professional development videos on language arts.
This husband/wife team has been selected by NCTE as the 2014 Outstanding Educators. Their new book is, Learning for Real: Teaching Content and Literacy Across the Curriculum
Certificates for CEU Credit will be awarded to attendees for approval by your school district.
If you are interested in enrolling for Graduate Credit, EDN 595 Writing and the Common Core is a three-hour course that can be applied to most graduate programs as an elective. If you are not currently enrolled in a UNCW graduate program and are interested in enrolling in this course (Conference attendance followed by 4 online modules), please contact Dr. Debbie Powell, email@example.com, for more details. You must apply as “non-degree seeking” to the UNCW graduate school before the May 15th deadline. Information for the graduate school application is attached at the end of the registration form. Note that after acceptance, you will need to register for the course and pay the in-state or out-of-state tuition to UNCW, but we will refund the conference fee.