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January 2010 Institute

The JANUARY 2010 Writing Initiative Faculty Institute is the second part of the development process for faculty developing WI courses that will be piloted in the Spring or Fall 2010 semesters. While part one (August 09) focused on developing materials, this institute will focus on reviewing those materials (syllabi, assignments etc.) that have been developed by participants since August, and we will discuss implementing them in the classroom during your pilot semester.

January 13 & 14 (Wed/Thurs)   8:30 - 3:30 in the Writing Center     
We will start the morning with coffee plus and have lunch mid-day.

AGENDA
Institute Part One Recap
Review of your WI syllabi
Working with mentors: Incorporating critical thinking into writing assignments and using the CT rubric  (Mark Hillringhouse)
Incorporating information literacy into writing assignments and using the IL rubric (Ken Karol)
Creating your WI course LibGuide and adding content including media resources (hands-on session)

Working with mentors: Your formal writing assignments (Kelly Bender)
Strategies for grading writing as writing (and for content)  and grading policies
Evaluating student e-portfolios
Course evaluation: reviewing progress during the semester and the Task Force

Please bring along the materials from August (handbook etc.) and all materials for your WI section – especially the revised syllabus, writing assignments, textbook and any media titles being used.

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