Show simple item record Cole, E. R. Gonyea, R. M. Ahonen, C. 2019-09-16T20:12:45Z 2019-09-16T20:12:45Z 2013-11-08
dc.description Presentation at the 2013 POD Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. en
dc.description.abstract As evidenced by their steadily growing investment in writing-across-the-curriculum programs, institutions recognize how writing can increase student engagement and learning. This session explores how faculty members use writing assignments in their teaching and how this compares across academic disciplines and institutional characteristics. Special sets of questions appended to both the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) and the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) point to ways faculty members can design effective writing tasks. Participants will discuss how interactive writing processes, meaning-constructing writing tasks, and clear expectations improve students' success in learning. Implications for faculty developers are also presented. en
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dc.publisher Professional & Organizational Development Conference en
dc.rights.uri en
dc.title Faculty use of writing assignments: Exploring classroom teaching practices en
dc.type Presentation en

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