The Composition Program in conjunction with the MFA program will offer a day-long Composition Colloquium to all composition faculty, teaching fellows, interested current MFA graduate students, and alumni. For those of you interested in teaching this is a great professional development opportunity you won't want to miss.
The final schedule of workshops and workshop times are below. This is an all-day event, but participants may attend whichever portion of the day's events that their schedules will allow. Please let us know if you will be attending the lunch, to be held 12:00p -1:00p, so that we can have an accurate head count. Please RSVP to Candace Eros Diaz by Monday, February 25, 2013.
Coffee and Pastries
Workshop #1: Developing a Teaching Philosophy led by Alex Green and Nick Leither
Workshop #2: Developing a Syllabus led by Marilyn Abildskov
Workshop #3: Leading an Effective Discussion led by Brenda Hillman
Lunch (by RSVP only)
Workshop #4: Exploring Assumptions and Writing as a Process of Discovery led by Christine O’Brien
Workshop #5: Incorporating Trimble's Writing with Style into English 4 led by Lisa Manter
Tea and Coffee
Workshop #6: Incorporating Technology into English 4 led by Kevin Reyes
Workshop #7: Exploring Systematic Analysis led by Sandra Grayson
The Composition Colloquium will be free of charge.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Candace Eros Diaz