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No. 86: NAWE Writing in Education Spring 2022

Editorial by Lisa Koning 

We have such a collection of articles in this edition of Writing in Education. The conference is such a highlight in the NAWE calendar and I’m so pleased that our members’ magazine is able to support this valued event. I often come away from the sessions wanting to know more, to continue the dialogues that have only just begun, to explore in more detail the interesting ideas and concepts presented. And that was where the notion came from to have a special edition of Writing in Education with a focus on the conference and the sessions presented.

I must thank our many contributors to the conference and those who have accompanied their session with an article. We have some excellent articles following on from our Renewal and Resilience Conference. There are just too many articles for me to mention them all here, but I’m sure you’ll find something to capture your interest. The wonderful image on our cover was provided by Jane Moss and accompanies her article on Embrace The Anarchy, co-written with Caleb Parkin and Liz Cashdan.

I’m keen to explore the idea of having special topics for some of the editions of Writing in Education. If you have any thoughts on what you’d like included, please do get in touch. For the next issue I’d like to explore the notion of the Writers’ Group. As writers, getting together with others to share our work, is a very logical and sensible idea. I know from my own personal experience, my writers group has become an important part of my writing life - not only do they provide me with honest and valuable advice on my work, but they are the people I turn to when I need support and encouragement to keep going. But I also know that not all writers groups are the same - they come in all different types, sizes and forms - and what works for one person won’t work for another. If you had experiences of being a part of a writers group - please consider sharing both the good and the bad. Writing in Education is our members magazine - so if you have something you’d like to contribute, whether a creative piece or article, please do submit via our submission page on the website. It doesn’t need to be related to our special topic; we are open to a range of submissions that support writers in education (in any educational setting).

Finally, if you’d like to respond on anything you’ve read in Writing in Education, then we do have our Letters to the Editor Section. And it’s always great to hear what is happening with other members, so please email me if you have news to share.

Lisa


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