Brian Huot presents to college-level audiences on a variety of topics related to writing instruction and writing assessment including writing across the curriculum, responding to student writing, program assessment, and teacher preparation. He is currently Professor and Writing Program Coordinator at Kent State University, Ohio. He has edited and authored numerous books and book chapters. His recent work has focused on writing assessment.
View Brian Huot's Resume/Vita, Publications and Workshops.
- Writing and Program Assessement
- Teacher Preparation
- Responding to Student Writing
"Making Writing Relevant: How Writing Can Enhance Learning In any Classroom." Broome Community College, September 2007.
"Consequences of High-Stakes High School Writing Assessments for College Composition Programs.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting, San Antonio, 2004.
“Effects of State-Mandated Secondary Writing Assessments:Students, Teachers and Professors Speak Out.” The National Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2003.
“The Consequences of Kentucky’s State Writing Assessments.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, 2003
“Consulting for Writing Assessment” Full Day Workshop with Bob Broad, Michael Neal, Peggy O’Neill, Ellen Schendel and Michael Williamson. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Denver, 2001; Chicago, 2002; New York, 2003; & San Antonio, 2004.
“The Effects of the Kentucky State Writing Assessments on English Curriculum, Teachers and Students.” The National Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference, Atlanta, 2002.
“What We Value Is Who We Are: A Roundtable on Identity Issues in Writing Assessment” with Tony Edgington, Michael Neal and Michael M. Williamson. “Composing Identity: Watson Conference, University of Louisville, 2002.