The Fall 2014 Orientation Schedule is now available. Orientation for all new Master’s and PhD instructors begins on Thursday, Aug. 7 and runs through Wednesday, Aug. 13. In addition, the Writing Program Fall Summit is being held on Friday, Aug. 15. This event is required for all new and returning MA and PhD instructors. The schedule for the Summit and the optional work day on Thursday, Aug. 14 is now available.
Remember, you can also view upcoming events on our Calendar.
Today, Chamere Poole spoke with members of the Writing Program’s Experimental Teaching Group about introducing and assessing uptake genres in the writing classroom. Teaching Group members who took part were Elizabeth Williams (facilitator), Rob Rowan, Julie Bates, Angela Sheets, and Michelle Wright-Dottore.
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On March 27th, Chamere met talked with John MacLean, Laura Skokan, and Irene Taylor about ways they’ve applied CHAT to their own scholarship, and then how that has informed their classroom teaching.
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The Writing Program encourages all of its instructors to invest in continuous professional development— activities and projects that allow them to critically examine and reflect on the teaching philosophies and strategies, theories and praxes, that guide their work as professional teachers.
Please take a look at the many activities which encourage professional growth as a teacher and scholar.
Have a long commute? Just looking to listen to some helpful tips on teaching CHAT? Then you’re in the right place!
Three Writing Program Instructors discuss their strategies for incorporating CHAT in the classroom.
Critical Inquiry Ambassadors from ENG 101, COM 110, and Milner Library discuss their collaboration and what they’ve observed in terms of trends in student research and the commonalities shared across these courses.
Three Writing Program instructors discuss how they help students extend their understanding of writing to encompass real-world contexts.
Three Writing Program instructors apply CHAT to their own scholarship, and then discuss how to relate their own work to their teaching.
Five instructors with the Experimental Teaching Group discuss their use of uptake genres to help students understand learning as a process.