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Featured Sessions on Saturday

Following the Saturday Keynote Session, join us for concurrent sessions in the L and M time blocks.

Featured sessions for secondary and two-year college educators include:

High School and College Connections

  • L.06, Thirteen Ways of Looking at Dual Credit: Navigating Change, Capacity, and Community in Dual-Credit Programs
  • L.43, Bridging the Gap: Cultivating the Capacity to Create Transfer between High School Writing and FYW
  • L.31, Cultivating Change across Student Contexts: Transfer across Secondary and Postsecondary Composition Classrooms
  • M.18, Collaboration across “Borders”: Willamette Promise

Library Partnerships/Integrated Academic Literacies

  • L.42, Cultivating Library/FYC Partnerships: Assessment, Information Literacy Instruction, and Beyond
  • M.06, Cultivating Cross-Disciplinarity: Academic Discourse and Threshold Concepts In Writing Studies and the Library
  • M.27, Connecting across Academic Literacies: Writing, Reading, and Researching

Teaching Writing/Literacy (K–16)

  • L.18, Rethinking the Nature of Writing Practices through the Development of Writing Process Maps
  • L.21, Navigating Transitions and Transformations: Cultivating Critical Digital Literacy in Home, Classroom, and Institution
  • M.45, Rhizomatic Improvement Communities: Three Models of K–16 Professional Development
  • M.04, Courageous Conversations and Sensitive Situations: Proactive and Responsive Methods for Inclusive Classrooms
  • M.05, Catching Up the Children Left Behind: Critical Thinking for a Tested Generation
  • M.12, Cultivating Partnerships for More Effective Teaching and Research

Two-Year College

  • L.35, Becoming an Advocate: From Pedagogy to Advocacy in the Inter-Mountain West
  • L.10, Creating Change Does Not Mean One Size Fits All: Considering Institutional Capacities in Curriculum Redesign
  • L.17, We Changed Everything—Now What? Assessing Writing-Program Reforms to Cultivate New Directions and New Leadership
  • L.08, Interrogating Reliability in ELL Assessment
  • M.28, The Inver Hills Model: When Change Begins with Student Needs
  • M.40, Cultivating Writing Programs and Curricula: The Promises and Limitations of Open Educational Resources at Two-Year Colleges

Writing Teacher Preparation

  • L.33, Collaborating and Cross-Training: Cultivating and Sustaining Writing Teachers







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