Writing Strategies and Writing Rubrics Applied to Adult Literacy
Conducted by: Nancy Daniels-Nelson & Michele Turchie
The altering profile of college/university students is affecting change in classroom pedagogy. This workshop focuses on Writing Strategies & Writing Rubrics Applied to Adult Literacy. Specifically, we will look at and discuss writing strategies and assessment rubrics with regards to adult postsecondary literacy development. Instructional decision-making, across content area writing strategies in conjunction with reading strategies and program evaluation will be included.
College and university faculty interested in looking at writing skills they consider imperative for their classes and ultimately the literacy competencies to be exhibited by college graduates of their institution.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
1. Understand through a seven question inventory, the writing skills they consider imperative for student success in their classes.
2. Collaborate, adapt, and discuss writing strategies and assessment rubric for implementation across content area classes.
3. Use assessment for purposes of instructional decision-making and program evaluation
Nancy Daniels Nelson, Ed.D., Adjunct Professor at CSUF--Secondary Education.