This is our Composition Program Faculty “Office” Hour
Join us to chat, discuss ideas, and talk about teaching issues. All are welcome!
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Topic: CompPro Faculty Hour
Time: Sep 2, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Spring 2020 Conclave
The assigned scribe of your group should link to this Google Doc and use the index on the left column to find your group. Please only work on your own page.
Please click on this link and select the name of your instructor to fill out the MISFIT survey.
Thanks for your help!
Joe Harris and Christine Cucciarre
Thursday, April 9, 3:30–5:00, 126 Memorial
Please come to our workshop to share ideas and ask questions about presenting at next year’s Conference on College Composition and Communication (Houston, April 6–9, 2016).
To help you start thinking:
- Introduction to CCCC 2016: Linda Adler-Kassner
- Call for Program Proposals: Writing Strategies for Action
- Program: CCCC 2015
Deadline for Proposals: May 5, 11:59 pm
New Deadline: Friday, April 17
The deadline for the Innovative Teaching Award 2015 is fast approaching.We are looking for innovative assignments for English 110! All postdoctoral fellows, graduate teaching assistants, and part-time faculty are encouraged to apply. Click here to download Application Guidelines.
Professor Stephanie Kerschbaum has received the 2015 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Advancement of Knowledge Award for her book Toward a New Rhetoric of Difference. See the UDaily story.
Join in the revelry of grading on the 3rd floor Dome of Memorial tomorrow from 10-4. For every paper you grade, you can eat another doughnut or pastry.
A very nice account in the Review of the talk on “Surrender as Method” given by Jessica Restaino at UD last week.
Unbelievably, the second Writing Program Brown Bag session of the fall semester is already upon us! This coming Wednesday, October 8, at 11:15 am, Michael McCamley, Janel Atlas and Caitlin Larracey will lead us in a roundtable discussion of “remediation” assignments for the writing classroom.
In contrast to its historical meaning in education, “remediation” is a term that has been taken up in recent years by compositionists interested in how, in our increasingly digital age, writing and rhetoric translates across media (that is, how it can be “re-mediated”) to new genres, audiences, and purposes. Our panelists will share remediation assignments they have used successfully in their own English 110 classrooms, and invite you to bring any questions or ideas you may have for bringing this kind of work into your teaching.
As usual, we will hold our Brown Bag session in the Memorial 3rd floor lounge, and snacks and beverages will be provided. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email Kiley Dhatt (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jane Wessel (email@example.com).
We very much hope to see you there!