Link to slide deck with images and notes.
Thank you so much Dr. Serena Hicks for inviting me to join the #edmoves podcast! Listen to our conversation about course design and the role of technology in the now times. We do a lot of unpacking of the blog I wrote at the beginning of the semester too. Appreciate the opportunity to think through…
Grateful for the conversation we shared about building community in online classrooms led by Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Director of the National Writing Project, with Dr. Anna Smith from Illinois State University and Michigan teacher Matthew Johnson. You can find resources we shared here as well: https://writenow.nwp.org/designing-for-connection-and-community-in-the-online-writing-classroom-a20648cafa25
Enjoyed the conversation with colleagues from across the country about giving feedback on writing. Larry Ferlazzo does such thoughtful work with his Q&A each week on EdWeek and his BAMRadio show. Listen to our conversation: LINK HERE.
Thanks to Jeff Layne from CSU, Chico’s Regional & Continuing Education for making our Digital Humanities Panel Discussion available for viewing. Link here to our talks and panel Q&A.
Composition in Scientific Inquiry: SeuratSpots, DiscoBalls, and the Making of Meaning in Science. Here’s a link to the slides from our presentation in Indianapolis, IN at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC):