Are you considering surveying your students for midterm feedback on how things are going? Check out these great tips from the Teaching With Writing blog.
Want to learn more about using social annotation to read and discuss articles with your students?
Workshop: Designing Social Annotation Activities to Support Student Reading and Writing
Wednesday, March 17, 2021, 1:00 pm–2:30 pm
Are you wondering how you can address equity in your writing assessments?
The Center for Writing has drafted this set of recommendations and resources to help you.
Including this workshop in May.
Invitation to All UG Instructors (faculty, staff, and grad students)
Come hangout with your teaching colleagues to share ideas for UG-student writing activities!
Have a writing assignment or activity you are excited about or are struggling with? Join us for an exchange of writing assignment and activity ideas over lunch or happy hour!
WEC liaison, Caprice Niccoli, will host 2 casual hangouts that acknowledge our current blend of home and work. Center for Writing director, Pamela Flash, will also be there for support.
Lunch: Bring your lunch and share your ideas [Dec. 3rd, 12:30-1:30pm].
Click here to sign up.
Happy Hour: Bring your favorite beverage and share your ideas [Dec. 10th, 7-8pm].
Click here to sign up.
Zoom links will be sent to those who sign up. Session enrollment will be limited to allow time for participation by all. Hope to see you there!
Check out this recent Teaching With Writing blog to learn how it can scaffold student understanding of academic literature.
Silke Moeller [email protected] can help you to integrate these tools in your course.
Are you assigning writing to your students online this semester and interested in engaging, creative ways to provide feedback? Check out this Teaching with Writing (TWW) blog post on audio and video feedback.
Teaching with Writing Webinars for TAs: Two interactive webinars for graduate instructors (GIs) and teaching assistants (TAs) focus on commenting and grading student writing (papers, problem sets, lab reports, presentations, posters, etc.). Commenting on and Grading Writing (September 1, 2020) is offered to Teaching Assistants who assist with faculty-directed courses, either running sections or contributing in other ways. Assigning and Assessing Writing (September 2, 2020) is offered to TAs who serve as graduate student instructors for stand-alone courses. Participation is free, but you must register for one of the two sessions by August 25, 2020. Registered participants will be sent information before the webinar workshop. (Offered through the Center for Writing.)