Designing and Grading Assignments for International Students, English Language Learners, and Everyone Else

“Design­ing and Grad­ing Assign­ments for Inter­na­tional Stu­dents, Eng­lish Lan­guage Learn­ers, and Every­one Else”
Start­ing on Fri­day, April 11, the CTL is offer­ing a series of six facil­i­tated con­ver­sa­tions on “Design­ing and Grad­ing Assign­ments for Inter­na­tional Stu­dents, Eng­lish Lan­guage Learn­ers, and Every­one Else.” Fac­ulty mem­bers are invited to join one of these con­ver­sa­tion, sev­eral of them, or all of them.
Our focus is on design­ing and man­ag­ing writ­ing assign­ments in a range of dis­ci­plines and class­room envi­ron­ments, with an empha­sis on work­ing with mul­ti­lin­gual stu­dent writ­ing.  Top­ics may include:  how to use low-stakes writ­ing to sup­port learn­ing, read­ing, and class dis­cus­sion; how to design writ­ing assign­ments; and how to make instruc­tor feed­back on writ­ing less time-consuming and more effective.
Time:  9:30–11:00
Dates:  Fri­days - April 11, April 18, April 25, May 2, May 9, May 16
Loca­tion:  CTL, Ger­berd­ing Hall, Suite 100
 
Please reg­is­ter for the first con­ver­sa­tion through this fast link. That way we’ll know what you want to learn, and we’ll have enough food and drink. 
 

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