If you missed the “using audio technology in the writing classroom” Tech Time, check out this resource about using podcasts in the writing classroom. And keep your eyes peeled for the first Writing Program Podcast Series recording coming soon!
Click the link to see the Town Hall Flier PDF
We hope to see you there!
Come join Kayla Bruce and Laurenn Jarema on Wednesday, February 20 @ noon in STV 133 as they facilitate a discussion about preliminary assessment. Kayla and Laurenn presented about this topic during the Spring Summit, and they will provide a “follow up” about how this type of assessment worked in ENG 101 at the beginning of this semester.
Bring a lunch, and enjoy drinks and desserts, courtesy of the Writing Program. We hope to see you there!
Dr. Ann Johns, Professor Emerita of Rhetoric and Writing Studies at San Diego State University, is our featured speaker of the spring 2013 semester. Dr. Johns will be discussing genre research in international settings at the following sessions in STV 133:
- Pedagogy Q&A and Luncheon – Wednesday, January 30 – 10am-1pm
- Genre, Activity Theory, and Common Core Standards – Wednesday, January 30 - 7pm-8:30pm
- Interactive Workshop on Research Motivations and Results – Thursday, January 31 – 10am-1pm
More information coming soon!
On Friday, January 11, 2013, the Spring Summit for returning instructors will offer a number of different options for attendees to choose from as we work toward becoming more effective teachers of writing. All members of the department are invited to submit proposals to host (or co-host) breakout-sessions at Spring Summit that engage the teaching of writing. Please see the attached Spring Summit Call for Papers PDF and send in your proposal!