Professional Development

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.

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Spring Professional Development – Jan. 9-10, 2014

Just a reminder everyone, that we’ll be having professional development events on the Thursday/Friday before the semester starts (that’s January 9th & 10th).

We’ll send out more detailed information about all the events soon, but here are the basic dates and times so that you can arrange your schedules.  Click Here to Read More.

Anis Bawarshi – Fall Speaker Series

For the Fall 2013 Speaker Series, the Writing Program will be pleased to welcome Dr. Anis Bawarshi on October 21st and 22nd.  Please see our Sneak Preview Flier for more information.

Research Talk:

“Accounting for Genre Performances: Why Uptake Matters”

October 21st at 7PM in Stevenson 133

Interactive Sessions:

Genre, Activity Theory, and Pedagogy

October 21st & October 22nd/afternoon & evening sessions in Stevenson 133

Writing Summit Schedule – Fall 2012

The complete schedule for the Fall 2012 Writing Summit – click below to see your room numbers and where to go!

Thursday, August 16th, 2012 – Required for All Instructors and 101.10 Consultants

Friday, August 17th, 2012 – Required for 101.10 Consultants, Optional for All Other Instructors.

The ReggieNet Training Session with Mayuko Nakamura from CTLT will be Friday the 17th from 1:30-3:30 p.m.  Be sure to RSVP on Facebook so we know how many to expect.

Fall 2012 Summit: Presentations – Schedule

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