Writing Program Redesign: Events and Professional Development

Event Date: Wednesday, May 1 - 1:45 pm to Wednesday, May 15 - 1:45 pm

Check here for dates and details about the English Department's redesign of the undergraduate writing classes. You can learn more by listening to our webinar and podcast series, This is Writing, found on our portfolium site here:  https://portfolium.com/EnglishComp/portfolio


Friday, October 19, 10:00 am:  "Assessing Peer Reviewers' Contributions" with the Eli Review Learning Circle.  Click on this link to participate in this Zoom webinar

Monday, October 22nd, 2:00 pm:
"Helping Students in Crisis" with the Action Crisis Team and the Title IX Team. Learn about the services they offer for students and strategies for communicating effectively with students in crisis.  HUM 485

Wednesday, Oct 24, 2:00:
"Another Strategy for Remixing*  Join Nick Sousanis, professor of comics studies, for a hands-on workshop in HUM 581. Nick will take participants through a few hands-on making activities that you’ll be able to try out with students. Plan for 1-1 1/2 hours - and Nick can stay longer to talk to participants individually.

Monday November 5, 2:00 pm:
CSL Learning Circle: “CSL Course Design and Grant Application Advice.”  HUM 484 and via Zoom

Thursday November 8, 3:30 pm: 
Join us  for a discussion on equity and inclusion with Metro Academy’s Landon Smith  HUM 485

Wednesday November 14, time TBD:
How To Teach Digital Writing: Come Share and Get Ideas,

Wednesday November 28, time TBD:
Digital Writing Roundtable Discussion 

Date TBD:
Developing Students' Purpose in College and Beyond (with Orlando Harris, Director of Career Services and Leadership Development) 

December 1, 9:00-3:00pm: 
Bay Area Writing Project Forum: What Do We Mean by “Critical Thinking”?  UC Berkeley

Friday December 21,
End-of-term Retreat


CSU Professional Development Webinars:

Friday, Oct 26, 2:00 pm:
Multilingual Learning in Heterogeneous Writing Classrooms
Link: https://calstate.adobeconnect.com/writing 

of Building Meaningful Writing Assessment, presented by Dr. Cindy Bae

Recording of 
Universal Design for Deep Student Learning in Composition, presented by Dr. Virginia Crisco


Upcoming CEETL Workshops:

Wednesday, Oct 17, 1:30–2:30 pm:
Keynote Speaker Timothy M. Renick: Creating a Student-Centered University through Data and Analytics.

Thursday, October 18, 10:15–11:15 am:
Five Things Students want Faculty and Administrators to Know about Student Success

Thursday, October 18 , 12:00–12:45 pm: 
Keynote Speaker Jamienne S. Studley: True Student Success: An Expansive Notion of Quality, Completion and Outcomes