High Desert Writing Project HDWP

Language, Literacy and Sociocultural studies 
Dr. Richard Meyer
Geographic Area Served

Albuquerque, New Mexico State-wide
Project Description
HDWP supports teachers in becoming better writers, better teachers of writing and more informed about the research in writing. Some teachers participate in writing. The summer institute is a place for teachers to learn, share ideas, and understand research. Ongoing continuity and outreach programs include, but are not limited to: writing retreats, study groups, inservices by institute graduates (fellows) within their own or other districts, and participation in research projects. HDWP is part of the thirty-plus year old National Writing Project.
Teachers, K-16, with an outstanding record of teaching writing.

Course Information

Department: LLSS
Course #: 393/493/593
Frequency: Every semester
Topics Courses. Offering varies by semester

Contact Information:
Location Mailing Address
UNM - Main Campus
140 Hokona Zuni
 UNM Main Campus
MSC05 3040
Email Telephone
Dr. Richard Meyer rmeyer@unm.edu
Dr. Richard Meyer (505) 277-6376
Fax 505-277-8362
High Desert Writing Project HDWP
National Writing Project

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