If your instructor is IEW accredited, you can be assured that your students are receiving writing instruction from a teacher who has demonstrated competence (Registered Level) and experience (Certified Level) in the Structure and Style® writing method.
Have you viewed the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style video course? Did you complete all nine of the practicum assignments? You are now eligible to apply to be an accredited IEW instructor!
Watch Andrew Pudewa’s introduction to the instructor accreditation program.
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Parents can be sure their students are receiving writing instruction from a teacher who has demonstrated competence and experience in the Structure and Style writing method.
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Accredited instructors receive various benefits as well as opportunities for ongoing training and support from IEW®.
Only IEW Accredited Instructors are allowed to make use of the registered trademarks “Institute for Excellence in Writing,” “IEW,” and “Structure and Style” in advertising their classes. By restricting the use of these trademarked terms, IEW can better ensure the integrity of its method and assist parents in finding a formally trained writing teacher.
IEW endorses an Accredited Instructor’s ability to teach the Structure and Style writing method to students in grade 3 through adults. An Accredited Instructor may not train adults, parents, fellow teachers, or administrators for the purpose of their teaching the Structure and Style method of writing. The role of Master Teacher belongs solely to Mr. Andrew Pudewa and to several Accomplished Level instructors.VIEW ALL POLICIES