Crafting the Writing Process
Left to their own devices, students often wait to begin writing assignments until they are nearly due-cheating themselves out of much the learning the assignment was designed to support. This session explores a range of options for staging the writing process in ways that can maximize learning, without overburdening the instructor (Core 2). Led by Nan Mullenneaux, Thompson Writing Program. Zoom Link will be sent to registered participants prior to the session.
This Writing in the Disciplines Pedagogy Workshop may count towards the Writing in the Disciplines Certificate (Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching Writing in the Disciplines). Learn more about the certificate on Duke University's Thompson Writing Program website.
This event is sponsored by the Thompson Writing Program and co-sponsored by Duke Learning Innovation, Teaching Support Network (TSN), and College Teaching Workshops.
Professional Development, Teaching and Mentoring, TA Training, College Teaching Workshops