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Category SUNY Council on Writing Conference

“Analyzing Code-Meshed Academic Texts (workshop)”

Analyzing excerpts of code-meshed academic papers (workshop) Stella Wang

“Cross-Register and Cross-Language Code-Meshing in Academic Writing”

Is there space for creativity and calculated risks in academic writing? Considering cross-register and cross-language code-meshing Stella Wang

“Consideration for Portfolio-based Grading”

Pedagogical and Logistical Considerations for Portfolio-Based Grading Whitney Gegg-Harrison

“Considering Audience”

Considering Audience Suzanne Woodring

“Developing Formal/Argumentative Paper Assignments”

SUNY COW 2016 :: Code-Meshing: Affordances and Challenges :: Formal Assignment Workshop Dr. Whitney Gegg-Harrison (whitney.gegg-harrison@rochester.edu) Developing Formal/Argumentative Paper Assignments Questions to consider towards developing an assignment that will work for YOUR class  

“How to Introduce Students to Code-meshing”

How to introduce students to code-meshing? Stella Wang

“Incorporating Code-Meshing into Tutoring”

SITUATIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR INCORPORATING CODE-MESHING INTO TUTORING Sarah Lamade, University of Rochester

“Pedagogical Affordances and Challenges”

Here is the presentation “Code-Meshing: Pedagogical Affordances and Challenges in First-Year College Writing Classrooms” used by Whitney Gegg-harrison, Sarah Lamade, Stella Wang, and Suzanne Woodring at the SUNY Council on Writing Conference in March 2016. Find the PDF below, or download the… Continue Reading →

“Reflective Pedagogy in College Composition”

Reflective Pedagogy in College Composition: Creating Spaces for Risk-Taking, Experimentation, and Productive Failure Whitney Gegg-Harrison, Suzanne Woodring, and Stella Wang SUNY CoW 2017 | Saturday, September 9th | Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY

“Writing for Different Audiences”

Writing for Different Audiences Suzanne Woodring

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