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Developing and Designing Meaningful Writing Assignments for Any Course

Hybrid: Writing Center Commons (6171 HC White) or Online 600 N Park St, Madison, WI

Increase student engagement and enhance student learning with well-designed writing activities! Leave this interactive workshop with strategies for successful and inclusive assignment design, examples of effective writing activities, and a good start on drafting or revising a writing activity of your own. Offered in partnership with Writing Across the Curriculum.

Creating an Individual Development Plan (IDP)

Online WI

Define achievable goals, identify resources, and develop strategies for implementing and sustaining your plans. This workshop is co-sponsored with the Graduate School Office of Professional Development.

Preparing Your Teaching Demo for a Job Interview

Online WI

As part of the interview process for a faculty position, you may be asked to lead a teaching demonstration. In this interactive workshop, discuss ways to go into your teaching demo with preparedness, confidence, and adaptability.

Strategies for (More) Equitable Assessment of Student Writing

Hybrid: Writing Center Commons (6171 HC White) or Online 600 N Park St, Madison, WI

How will you assess students’ writing equitably when each student is turning in something different? This workshop will give an overview of principles and strategies to achieve equitable assessment of student writing. Offered in partnership with Writing Across the Curriculum.

Where to begin? Developing an Action Plan for Aligned and Inclusive Lessons

Online WI

Join us in this interactive, two-session workshop where we discuss the foundation to strong lesson planning in the first session. The second session July 27 at 12-1pm will explore how the lesson will be received by students paying particular attention to inclusivity and alignment.

Writing Learning Outcomes that Drive Instruction

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants) Madison, WI

Effective teaching is driven by the intended result: How can you focus your content and aim for significant, interconnected learning? This workshop offers a hands-on approach to drafting measurable, student-centered learning outcomes for your teaching, conference talks, departmental seminars or other learning contexts.

Has Someone Wrestled With This Before? Finding and Using Education Literature

Online (Zoom, link will be sent to registrants) Madison, WI

Don't reinvent the wheel! Participants in this hands-on workshop will learn how to efficiently find information to use student-centered teaching approaches well, address a 'sticking point' in your current or future course that students find challenging, and more.