We’re going virtual this year! While we’re sad that we won’t be able to safely gather in person, we are confident that our Virtual Symposium is going to be a great alternative this year.
Our 10th annual symposium for teachers and students of composition, from middle school, high school, community/junior college, and university levels, will be held this year on Thursday October 22, 2020. This year’s symposium will again coincide with the National Day on Writing, an initiative of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
Meet our 2020 Keynote: John Warner
We value our identity as a symposium that emphasizes the importance of conversation in how writing instruction transitions across grade levels and disciplines. Our theme this year seeks to examine the challenges and opportunities that come with knowledge transfer between teachers and students, students and students, classrooms and communities, as well as between grade levels and institutions. We believe that the best professional development is teachers teaching teachers. Join us this October to continue the conversation!
And consider submitting a video of your best quaran-teaching ideas for our asynchronous sessions! See details here!