Relevance, Rigor, and Rhetoric: The Keys to Cultural Relativism and Writing Cultivation provides faculty a forum to discuss methods for fostering and improving student engagement and production in the classroom. There four key focuses for the conference are as follows.
This two day conference will consist of workshops, a keynote, special presentations, and a panel discussion. The emphasis is decidedly practical. Each workshop showcases a group of invited and resident facilitators whose presentations will provide its participants with knowledge and strategies that may be implemented with their students. The keynote and special presentations will be given by gifted orators and scholars who are leaders in their field. The panel discussion will provide an opportunity for scholarly exchange on popular culture and its place in the classroom. This conference is aligned with the goals and objectives of the Freshman Writing Initiative.
The Freshman Writing Initiative (FWI) aims to improve the writing proficiency and communication of first year students and to train faculty in innovative writing and learning activities. In addition, FWI aims to enhance student learning through fostering an appreciation for the non-cognitive factors that contribute to student challenge and success, in an effort to develop the “whole student.”
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