In 1966, twenty English educators were invited to meet with colleagues from North America at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. The seminar represented the Modern Language Association, the National Council of Teachers of English and the National Association for the Teaching of English. John Dixon's chapter on teacher education mentions the value to teachers of experiencing for themselves all aspects of language use. Later he explores the relationship between school and university in the education of teachers and the possibility of creating a kind of intellectual community among college people and school people. This prompted Frank Whitehead (1970) to provide drama and creative writing sessions as part of a full-time course for in-service teachers at Sheffield University. Whitney and Friedrich's (2013) exploration on the legacy of the National Writing Project USA (NWP USA), its lasting effects, identified three orientations of NWP teachers: towards writing, writers, and the teaching of writing.