Tag Archives: National Writing Project

Ozarks Writing Project to host teaching seminar

The Ozarks Writing Project will host its semiannual Writing and Thinking Seminar: Teachers Teaching Teachers in Cross-Curricular Writing on Thursday, Oct. 2, in Plaster Student Union room 314. Meeting from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the seminar provides an opportunity

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Dr. Franklin looks forward to Faculty Writing Retreat

Dr. Keri Franklin’s research is in the field of writing, literacy, and teacher development. Currently, she is in the second year of a grant-funded quasi-experimental study of the impact of writing professional development on high school writing. She is the

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Making and Technical Writing in the Classroom

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Making and Technical Writing in the Classroom was a statewide two-day professional development conference for K-12 educators focused on Making and Technical Writing. Participants explored the connections between hands-on projects and technical writing. Teachers and administrators learned about Common Core Standards, technical and informational writing,

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English department stays busy this summer

Summer is here, and although there are fewer students and faculty on campus, there are still many exciting things happening in the English department. The new website is finally here, and it offers new opportunities for everyone to stay connected

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