Join Us In A Conversation About Basic Writing

Hi, everyone!

You are invited to join us in a conversation about Basic Writing! We’d love to hear your thoughts, ideas, experiences, and pedagogical approaches in teaching Basic Writing!

We hope you will join us to share resources, best practices, and to engage as a national community helping members respond to local issues.

This discussion follows up on last year’s roundtable at CCCC. As we did last year, we invite you to join both the asynchronous and synchronous conversations.

Join the conversation online: February 12, 2013 to March 13, 2013. Online conversations will be held on the Council on Basic Writing Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/50538806660/).

Then, join us in person to continue the conversation at CCCC 2013: Session A.17, Thursday 3/14 10:30 AM – 11:45 a.m. There will also be an online option to join this session if you are not attending CCCC 2013.

THERE’S NOTHING BASIC ABOUT BASIC WRITING ONLINE TOPICS (CBW FACEBOOK PAGE): Everyone is invited to join in the conversation!

WHO ARE BASIC WRITERS?
Facilitated by Elaine Jolayemi, Ivy Tech and & Leigh Jonaitis, Bergen Community College
2/12/13-2/16/13

ACADEMIC SKILLS/WRITING CENTERS
Facilitated by Ilene Rubenstein, College of the Desert
2/17/13-2/21/13

TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY
Facilitated by J. Elizabeth Clark, LaGuardia Community College–CUNY
2/22/13-2/26/13

TEACHER PREPARATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Co-Facilitated by Debra Berry, College of Southern Nevada & Marisa Klages, LaGuardia Community College–CUNY
2/27/13-3/3/13

STUDENT PLACEMENT
Facilitated by Carla Maroudas, Mt. San Jacinto Community College
3/4/13-3/8/13

DAY-TO-DAY LIFE IN THE CLASSROOM
Facilitated by Amy Edwards Patterson, Moraine Park Technical College
3/9/13-3/13/13

Hope to see you online or in person!

There’s Nothing Basic About Basic Writing!

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