In 1998, the East Bay Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication launched a community-service project to introduce northern California K-12 students to basic technical writing techniques. The project developed opportunistically, from local classroom visits to sharing teacher resources online worldwide and professional development workshops hosted by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory at the Edward Teller Education Center.
For more information on the LLNL program, see their website.
If you’re interested in participating in this project, let us know.
Technical Writing in Science Class: The Handbook
This online handbook teaches science students how to develop effective communication skills. It offers a focused approach, along with classroom-tested, award-winning exercises and activities, for teaching nonfiction (technical) writing well.
To reach the Handbook, see the Handbook Website.