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Faculty Development

Supporting Documents

CC100 and CC120 are part of the first-year foundations sequence and are required for all students entering the College beginning Fall 2020. The overarching goals and learning outcomes for these courses can be found on the General Education website. In addition to the resources below, faculty are encouraged to reach out to Aaron Stoller (astoller@coloradocollege) and Kat Bell (kbell@coloradocollege.edu) at any time for pedagogical support for these courses.

  • CC100 handbook & CC120 handbook
    • These handbooks are intended to support faculty in familiarizing themselves with the aims, outcomes/assessments, pedagogies, and campus support structures for CC100 & CC120. They are intended to be an evolving resource for new and returning faculty as they develop and deliver CC100 courses. The handbooks are living documents that will be adjusted in response to ongoing and shifting community and classroom needs. Please check back regularly for updates.
  • CC100 & CC120 Canvas site which archives support materials and recommended readings for students on disciplines and discipinarity.

 

Spring 2021 Workshops

Block 5: Feb 11, 1-3:00pm (Second Thursday)
  • Topic: Reflective Writing Pedagogies
  • Guest: Kathleen Yancey, Kellogg W. Hunt Professor of English and Distinguished Research Professor, Florida State University
  • Link to RSVP: https://forms.gle/D56xQdoF2ezph6mD9
  • Zoom link to event: Will be sent to all registered attendees the morning of the workshop. For questions or support needs contact Brett Gray.
Block 6: Mar 11, 1-3:00pm (Second Thursday)
  • Topic: Disciplinary-Driven Writing Pedagogies
  • Guest: Noreen Lape, Associate Provost of Academic Affairs & Director of the Writing Program, Dickinson College
  • Link to RSVP: https://forms.gle/5Soja2eiJySFSMBj7
  • Zoom link to event: Will be sent to all registered attendees the morning of the workshop. For questions or support needs contact Brett Gray.
Block 7: April 8, 1-3:00pm (Second Thursday)
  • Topic: Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Writing Pedagogies
  • Guests:
    • Shawna Shapiro, Associate Professor of Writing & Linguistics, Middlebury College;
    • Caroline Torres, Instructor of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Hawaii;
    • Aylin Atilgan Relyea, ESL Faculty, Santa Rosa Junior College;
    • Megan Siczek, Director and Associate Professor of the English for Academic Purposes Program, George Washington University;
    • Betsy Gilliland, Associate Professor, University of Hawaii.
  • Link to RSVP: https://forms.gle/9xGDgZQgjRu6M5Yi6
  • Zoom link to event: Will be sent to all registered attendees the morning of the workshop. For questions or support needs contact Brett Gray.
Block 8: May 6, 1-3:00pm (Second Thursday)
  • Topic: Linguistically Just and Anti-Racist Writing Pedagogies
  • Guest: April Baker-Bell, Associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and English, Michigan State University.
  • Link to RSVP: https://forms.gle/CyyUTkqUGFt2oiTe7
  • Zoom link to event: Will be sent to all registered attendees the morning of the workshop. For questions or support needs contact Brett Gray.

Fall 2020 Workshops

Block 2: Oct 1, 3:30pm (Second Thursday)
CC100 reflection & idea exchange
An opportunity for Fall CC100 faculty to reflect on their experience, share ideas, and exchange best practices.
Location: https://zoom.us/my/astoller

Block 3: Oct 29, 3:30pm (Second Thursday)
CC120 reflection & idea exchange
An opportunity for Fall CC120 faculty to reflect on their experience, share ideas, and exchange best practices.
Location: https://zoom.us/my/astoller

Summer 2020 Workshops

For Summer 2020, we are offering targeted support for thematic clusters and individual faculty course design. Faculty clusters will be contacted by the Office of Academic Programs, but individual faculty should feel free to reach out to either Aaron Stoller (astoller@coloradocollege.edu) or Kat Bell (kbell@coloradocollege) to request a consultation at any time.

2019-2020 Workshops

  • Tuesday, September 10, 12:15-1:30pm, Tutt Library 105. In this lunch session, we will hold an informal Q&A about teaching in CC100/120.
  • Wednesday, October 2, 12-1:30pm, Tutt Library 105. In this lunch discussion, we will focus on using "signature pedagogies" as a possible framework to support the learning outcomes for CC100/120.
  • Thursday, October 10, 12-1:30pm, Tutt Library Event Space. Come learn about the opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration in the new CC100 & CC120 classes!
  • Tuesday, October 29, 10-11am, Tutt Library 238. During this informal drop-in, faculty can bring any of their questions about their CC100/120 course.
  • Thursday, October 31, 2-3pm, Tutt Library 238. During this informal drop-in, faculty can bring any of their questions about their CC100/120 course.
  • Monday, November 4, 4-5pm, Tutt Library 238. During this informal drop-in, faculty can bring any of their questions about their CC100/120 course
  • Friday, March 7, 1:30-3:30pm, Tutt Library Experimental Classroom, OAP & Crown partnered workshop to develop experiential lesson plans to teach and reflect on disciplinary modes of inquiry.
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