Spartanburg Writing Project
Founded in 1982, the Spartanburg Writing Project is a professional development organization committed to the mission of improving writing and the teaching of writing by providing services and resources to the teachers, students, schools and school districts in our service area. The Spartanburg Writing Project is an affiliate of the National Writing Project, a national model for professional development with more than 180 sites across the United States and the world. Learn more about our history, philosophy and services.
SWP Home PageProfessional Development Course Offerings through the Spartanburg Writing Project - Spring 2009.
Two "hybrid" courses which will require part face-to-face participation and part online participation. These courses carry 3 hours recertification or graduate credit through USC Upstate.
Both courses will focus on Enhancing the Curriculum through Meaningful Integration of Technology.
One course is designed to meet the needs of elementary educators and the other for secondary teachers in ALL content areas. The courses are open to certified educators in Spartanburg and Union Counties with each district receiving 3 slots. If all slots do not fill by the deadline, we will open remaining slots to other districts.
The only cost involved for teachers wishing to enroll is a $10 fee to USC Upstate. SWP will provide all texts and materials.
Course Overviews and Registration Forms & TENTATIVE Syllabi, subject to modification before class begins in January.
- Enhancing Learning K-6 - Course Overview and Registration Form.doc
- Enhancing Learning K-6 - Tentative Syllabus
- Enhancing Learning 7-12 - Course Overview and Registration Form
- Enhancing Learning 7-12 - Tentative Syllabus