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CCCC Workshops on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - Previous Revision

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Morning, Afternoon, and All-Day
Only $20 for half-day or $40 for full-day workshops. Select the workshop on the registration form.

Morning 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $20

MW.01  Crossing BW/ESL/FYW Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs

MW.02  Evocative Objects:  Re-imagining the Possiblities of Multimodal Composition     
    
MW.03  Expanding the Conversation: Graduate Students, Contingent Faculty, and the Future of Basic Writing  
       
MW.04  The Private and Public Work of Archival Research:  Considering Physical and Digital Archival Spaces  
       
MW.05  The Public Work Ahead of WPAs: Developing Effective Programs for Linguistically Diverse Students

MW.06  Begged? Borrowed? Stolen? None of the Above?: Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity

 

Afternoon 1:30-5:00 p.m. $20

AW.01  Community College to Comprehensive University: Designing Workable Projects and Drafting SWR Book Proposals

AW.02  Developing, Planning, and Implementing Directed Self Placement

AW.03  Disarming the Privileging of 'Standard' English: Classroom Implementation of Writing Assignments that Fight  Linguistic Dominance

AW.04  Teaching a New Ghost Dance: American Indian Texts in Composition Classrooms

AW.05  Making Lives Behind Bars Visible:  Literacy Programs and Activism

AW.06  Designing Writing Spaces for the 21st Century Composition Student

AW.07  Faculty Development and Composition Scholars: Creating Campuswide Impacts and Expanding Career Opportunities

AW.09  Preparing High School Teachers of Dual-Credit College Composition

AW.10  Exploring Latinidad in the West: A Workshop Sponsored by the NCTE/CCCC Latino/a Caucus

AW.11  The Public Work Ahead of Writing Teachers: 21st Century Pedagogies for Linguistically Diverse Students

AW.12  Archiving Everyday Writing 

 

All-Day 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. $40

W.01  Rhetoricâ's Histories: Traditions, Theories, Pedagogies, and Practices

W.02  The Political Turn: Writing Democracy for the 21st Century

W.03  Writing Transitions and Rhetorical Partnerships Across Elementary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Levels

W.04  Why Feminisms Still Matter in the 21st Century: Mentoring, Community, Collaboration, and Feminist Agency in Interdisciplinary Feminist Discourse

W.05  Building Statewide Partnerships: Lessons and Questions from Ten Years of the Maine Composition Coalition

W.06  CBW 2013:  Basic Writing and Race:  A Symposium

W.07  Diverse Disciplines, “New” Publics: The Work of International Higher Education Writing Research

 

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