BCC Logo
Prospective Students   Current Students   Faculty/Staff   Alumni   Site Index

Office of Instructional Technology Workshops

Workshops

List all active courses View Calendar Open to all Faculty unless otherwise stated
Developing a Rubric That Develops Students’ Metacognitive Skills for Editing and Proofreading
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Philosophy Hall, Room B2, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Instructor: Steven Bookman
Available Seats = 15 | Waiting List = 0

Editing and proofreading are skills that take years to learn to master for professional editors. The reality is that students do not have this much time to master these skills. Students need an efficient and effective way of editing and proofreading their assignments. Therefore, by developing a rubric using the 4C/ID model, professors can avoid any cognitive overloading by breaking each part of the editing and proofreading process down into little steps.

Participants will learn how to develop rubrics using the 4C/ID-model for editing and proofreading. These rubrics also develop students’ metacognitive knowledge of have a better understanding of the writing process, which builds their understanding of each phase of it better. In addition, they begin to develop the mindset that professional editors possess the editing and proofreading process, and develop the analytical skills they need in the real world.

 
 « Previous Month   March 2014   Next Month » 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

2

3

4

Suggestions for Designing Effective Library Research Assignments for Student Success
………
Blackboard Tests and Pool Manager
………
Blackboard Grade Center

5

6

Blackboard Collaborate: Web conferencing

7

8

9

10

Intro to ePortfolio

11

The Learning Benefits of Informal Writing

12

Suggestions for Designing Effective Library Research Assignments for Student Success

13

14

15

16

17

Prezi – Ideas Matter (This workshop is open to Faculty and Staff)
………
Epson Brightlink Smartboard

18

Preventing Plagiarism in the Technology Era

19

20

Softchalk Create

21

22

23

24

25

Blackboard Inline Grading

26

27

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

28

Dealing with Issues of Grammar & Correctness

29

30

31

BCC Email | Phone Directory | Emergency Closing | CUNY Portal | Make this Website Talk
 

Google Translation Disclaimer