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Education Outreach and Partnerships
School of Education
Teacher Education Building
225 N. Mills Street - Suite 264
MadisonWI  53706-1691

Tel: 608/263-5140
Fax: 608/265-4309

Email: outreachinfo@education.wisc.edu
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Transformative Education and Sustainable Partnerships

         Professional Learning student           Precollege OPTIONS       WCATY

Professional Learning        Precollege Options            WCATY


We seek bold, innovative sustainable partnerships that result in improvements in teaching and learning. The EOP team envisions partnerships as a two way interaction with communities and other external constituencies utilizing the development, exchange, and application of knowledge, information, and expertise for mutual benefit.


Greater Madison Writing Project

The Greater Madison Writing Project at UW-Madison is a member of the National Writing Project (NWP) network. Through the NWP's professional development model, teachers in all subject areas and at all levels learn new strategies for helping their students become accomplished writers and learners.


Earth Partnership Institutes

The Earth Partnership Program exists to establish a positive relationship between children and the land by assisting teachers in creating restoration projects on school sites and providing the tools for building a curriculum that incorporates restoration into almost any subject area. Our motivation in Earth Partnership is to create opportunities for experiences with nature on school sites. By having students transform school landscapes into natural habitats, their studies of science, math, and related subjects can show them why learning is important and that they can make a difference.


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