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You get your intuition back when you make space for it, when you stop the chattering of the rational mind.
Rationality squeezes out much that is rich and juicy and fascinating.
- Anne Lamott

Project 1:1000 Sessions are a resource for both EducatorsSocial Justice causes, companies, or community members at-large.

Great care has been taken to ensure as much privacy as individuals and groups desire.  See Privacy & Basics here.

Project 1:1000 Sessions provide what is essentially a structured, mentored, affirming, writing/accountability group.  The simplest and greatest outcomes are as such:

  • The "boogeyman" is taken out of writing
  • Individuals and groups are able to speak their truths, to tell and share their stories
  • The notion of community is created and developed, both within and among other groups

In addition to the obvious focus on reading and writing proficiency for students, Project 1:1000 Sessions illuminate and enhance accountability, interpersonal communication, collaboration, exposure to multiple perspectives.  All sessions encourage and foster creative expression, discipline, honesty, bravery, kindness, and tolerance.  Project 1:1000 Sessions especially provide participants both a way and a place to work and play and shine right now as well as numerous skills that provide for more luminous futures.

While Project 1:1000 is at its heart unconcerned with either analysis, critique, or perfection (your stories are your stories), a Project 1:1000 Session will explore a bit of the approach to - and process and casual critique of - writing and editing.  Optionally, the Project 1:1000 Team Member could communicate issues with structure, grammar, and clarity of expression to the Client (Teacher, Leader, etc).  Please note that while Project 1:1000 Sessions are not a substitute for regular English classes, they may well provide alternative/additional settings and approaches more conducive to free, encouraged, and affirmed expression.

Project 1:1000 Sessions will be lead by Team Members, who shall be good and passionate people and facilitators, educated and experienced writers with a background in education training and/or arts collaboration and production.  See the Project 1:1000 Team here.  If you are (or know someone who might be) interested in joining the Team, see (or share the link) here.

A Project 1:1000 Session includes:

  • Session design/coordination with Client
  • Introduction, overview, process, and practice
  • Exercises, assignments, and writing prompts
  • Accountability, process, methods and casual critique
  • Assistance with Participant account creation
  • Assistance with Submission creation, draft, and publication
  • Creation of Project(s)/Group(s)
  • Attachment of Submissions to Project(s)/Group(s)
  • Creation, promotion, and hosting of final presentation

Optionally (mostly in Education settings) the Session could include:

  • Monitor & communicate attendance
  • Performance & participation updates
  • "Grading" & Final Report  (See more on Grading here)

For an Administrative view of a sample Session, please see here.

For an instant quote, to request a Session for you/your organization, to sponsor a Session for others, or to simply contact us for further information, please use the form below...


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Session Details

Cost for Session will be updated and is available below
Session Duration
Sessions consist of 1 mtg (1 hr) per week
# Submissions
Submission = 1 picture + 1000 words.  See this section in the FAQ for more information on Submissions.  See all public Submissions here.
# of Students in Session

Session: Included

  • Session design/coordination with Client
  • Introduction, overview, process, and practice
  • Exercises, assignments, and writing prompts
  • Accountability, process, methods and casual critique
  • Assistance with Participant account creation
  • Assistance with Submission creation, draft, and publication
  • Creation of Project(s)/Group(s)
  • Attachment of Submissions to Project(s)/Group(s)
  • Creation, promotion, and hosting of final presentation

Session: Optional

Optional
Optional
Optional.  See more on Grading here.
Select if you would like assistance in pursuing official credit for/verification of Session time, participation, and work.  Please include specifics in Comments below.

PROJECTED SESSION COST: $80

Final Session cost and schedule will be confirmed/agreed upon before actual start date.  Payment must be received by a single payer at least one week prior to the agreed upon start date.

Level
Please provide the desired Session start date and time (your time zone).  The Session would repeat weekly at this same day/time until end of Session.  If only approximate, feel free to leave blank and/or elaborate in Comments below.  Final schedule will be confirmed/agreed upon before actual start date.

Contact info

School, organization, etc. (if any)
Your title/position in company (if any)
Location
Context, comments, questions, etc.  For a quote, be sure to see Quote at the top.  Feel free to include names of Particpants (one line each).

 


 

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1.  You participate in the project.
2.  You get to comment and save your favorite Contributors, Submissions, Submission Tags, etc.
3.  This message goes away.

FANS may create accounts as well as choose and display favorite Contributors (writers of Submissions) and Submissions (1000 words + 1 image), participate in Forum discussions, and message others on the site.

CONTRIBUTORS share these permissions and additionally may create Submissions.

GROUP ADMINISTRATORS are the Administrators of Projects (Contributors and their Submissions) or Groups (grouping of Projects).   (i.e. A school page would show its classes, each of which would contain students and their Submissions.  See more in FAQ here.