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The Learning Benefits of Informal Writing
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Philosophy Hall, Room B2, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Instructor: Svetlana Jovic & Monique Wittig
Available Seats = 15 | Waiting List = 0
This workshop offers strategies for using nontraditional writing as a tool for learning. Faculty learn how creative assignments, often with minimal writing, can help students focus on assigned study materials and form a connection with challenging course content. Techniques discussed involve little or no additional faculty preparation or grading.
 
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The Learning Benefits of Informal Writing

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Softchalk Create

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Developing a Rubric That Develops Students’ Metacognitive Skills for Editing and Proofreading

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Dealing with Issues of Grammar & Correctness

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