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June 1-4, 2010 Faculty Institute

Writing Initiative Faculty Institute                
June 1-4, 2010       9 – 3 pm

For faculty developing WI courses to pilot Fall 2010

Please bring your textbook, existing syllabus and any writing assignments that you already use or would like to develop as we will be spending part of the time on computers working on course materials.

The topics to be addressed during the 4 days are:

Introductions: Participants and Writing Initiative Team                                                                    

HANDBOOK: Defining a Writing-Intensive Course; Faculty Professional Development

Goals: Initiative goals and alignment with discipline-specific goals                                                                             

Requirements of a WI Course                                                                                                                                   

Developing WI Courses          


Formal and informal writing                                                                                                                  

Creating formal writing assignments

Responding to student writing  

The Writing Center and Support for Students and Faculty

Creating LibGuides and using media

Critical thinking through writing – assignment creation and rubric use

Information literacy – creating assignments, rubric and template                

Q & A session     

Assessment of WI Courses and the Writing Initiative                                                             

Portfolios –  structuring student use, tech support, use by the instructor, student reflections,  and Initiative assessment                                                                                                                                                                   

PCCC Task Force


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