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Listen, Think, Respond: Engaging Students in Writing for Life

Thursday, October 1, 2015, Lamar Hall

6:00-6:30 Lamar Lobby
Reception and Poster Sessions open
6:30-7:30 Lamar Lobby Lamar 206 Lamar 404 Lamar 315
Reception and Poster Sessions Continue Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives Collection Event Trailing-Edge Technologies/Cutting-Edge Approaches
Workshop with Cynthia and Richard Selfe, visiting scholars, The Ohio State University
Sustaining a Community College Writing Center
Workshop with Clint Gardner, visiting scholar, Salt Lake Community College
7:30-8:00 Lamar Lobby
Reception and Poster Sessions wrap up

Friday, October 2, 2015, Jackson Avenue Center

7:30-8:00 Jackson Avenue Center Main Hall
Doors Open for Registration and Breakfast
8:00-8:50 Jackson Avenue Center Main Hall
METP Breakfast: with featured guests, Cynthia & Richard Selfe; Clint Gardner

8:00 – Welcome from Alice Myatt; introduction of METP & guests
8:30 – Ellen Shelton Keynote Address – Overcoming the Deficit Attitude Approach: Supporting Student Transitions by Building on Student Strengths

9:00-9:50 Main Hall Main Hall Main Hall Classroom A005 Classroom B001 Room 128
Studying, Imitating, and Reflecting on the Craft of Writing
Workshop with Anna Dunlap
Writing for Life 101: Writing Real, Beyond the Classroom Roundtable with Barbara Lowe, Renee Moore, & Kathi Griffin Discussing Sensitive and/or Challenging Topics in the Writing Classroom
Workshop with Amber Nichols-Buckley & Jenny Jackson
LSI: Literary Scene Investigation
Roundtable with Dena Holley
Student Drafts & Faculty Comments: What Isn’t/Can Be Said
Workshop with JoAnn Fordham
Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives Collection Event
10:00-10:50 Main Hall Main Hall Main Hall Classroom A005 Classroom B001 Room 128
Writing Circles: Moving Beyond a “One and Done” Approach to Writing
Workshop with Lindsay Jones
Seven Simple Strategies: Engaging Students as Readers and Writers
Workshop with Shannon Eldridge
Exploring the Research Teaching/Learning Continuum in the Writing Classroom
Panel with Kerstin Rudolph, Mary Ann Parker, and Dinorah Sapp
Multimodality in the English Classroom
Roundtable with Ramona Brawner
LEAPing into Composition: Intermediate English Students and the Online Writing Center
Workshop with Anna Britt-Begnaud & Jenny Bowers
Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives Collection Event
11:00-11:50 Classroom A005 Main Hall
Plenary Session 1: Supporting and Developing Peer Tutoring
Clint Gardner, visiting scholar, Salt Lake Community College
Plenary Session 2: Community-Based & Digital: Teaching with Storytelling Projects
Richard “Dickie” Selfe, visiting scholar, The Ohio State University
Noon-1:00 Main Hall
Lunch with Panel of Visiting Professors Discussing Writing in Other Disciplines
1:10-2:25 Main Hall Main Hall Main Hall Classroom A005 Classroom B001 Room 128
Not Your Typical First-Year Writing Class: Using the NY Times as Textbook
Roundtable with Jenny Jackson, Amber Nichols-Buckley, Karen Forgette, Guy Krueger, & Colleen Thorndike
Listening with Purpose to Get Into the Lucky Pot
Roundtable with Kathi Griffin & Sarah Beth Tyler
The Past, Present, & Future of Classroom Instruction: It Gets Pretty (in)Tense
Panel with METP Cohort
Using Working with Sources: Exercises for A Writer’s Reference
Workshop with Jimmy Fleming, Bedford/St. Martin’s
A Civic Responsibility Model for Transitioning Students into Postsecondary Writing
Workshop Jamila Kareem, U of Louisville
Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives Collection Event
2:30 – 3:20 Main Hall
Plenary Workshop: Teaching and Designing Literacy Narrative Assignments with the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (DALN)
Cynthia Selfe, visiting scholar, The Ohio State University
3:30-4:30 Main Hall
Wrap Up Session, Introduce Next Year’s Theme & Call