Teaching Writing in Any Class
Wednesday October 23rd, 4:30-7:00 pm OR Thursday October 24th, 4:30-7:00 pm in Fenwick Library room 3001
The Writing @ Mason initiative will host two workshops on teaching writing in any class. Workshops are open to those who teach writing-intensive and upper-level writing courses in all disciplines. A stipend will be offered participants who complete the workshop ($200) and a peer-to-peer activity ($100) in the spring semester.
These workshops are targeted specifically to graduate student instructors (Wednesday) and adjunct faculty (Thursday) teaching courses that involve assigning and responding to writing. All adjunct and graduate instructors are invited; if you have a schedule conflict, you are welcome at the workshop focused on the alternate group.
Offered by the Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning, Writing Across the Curriculum, the Writing Center, and the Composition Program
College of Education and Human Development
College of Health and Human Services
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Science
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Scalia School of Law
Schar School of Policy and Government
School of Business
School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Volgenau School of Engineering
Other or N/A
Department or Office
Which workshop will you attend?
Please select one.
October 23rd (designed for graduate instructors though all are welcome)
October 24th (designed for adjunct faculty though all are welcome)
Please tell us about your current teaching.
Please select any that apply.
I am currently teaching a writing-intensive course.
I am currently teaching a course with a lot of writing assignments (writing rich).
I plan to teach a writing-intensive or writing-rich course.
What writing-intensive or writing-rich course(s) are you teaching or plan to teach?
Years of teaching experience
Are you new to teaching writing?
I have extensive experience teaching writing.
I have some experience teaching writing.
I am new to teaching writing.
What do you hope to take away from this event?
Other comments or concerns?
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