Communication Teaching and Learning (CTL) Resources and Faculty Development Events
Communicating with Remote Learners
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Spotlight: Experts Talk Writing/Communication Pedagogy
This annual series highlights faculty across the college who have developed innovative writing and speaking activities and assignments that advance literacy and language learning, discipline-specific communication skills, and culturally responsive communication. Each year, Sarah Blazer (Writing and Speaking Studio) and Katelyn Burton Prager (English and Communication Studies) curate the series and moderate panel discussions of faculty experts on novel topics in communication teaching and learning. Highlights from the most recent Spotlight presentations can be found below and highlights from all previous Spotlight events can be viewed the dedicated Spotlight: Experts Talk Writing/Communication Pedagogy page.
Highlights from Spotlight Fall 2019
CTL Google Group
Contact [email protected] to join our google group for reminders about events and services and to join the conversation about writing and communication at FIT.
Classroom Visits and In-Class Workshops
The Writing & Speaking Studio can visit your class to provide students with information on our services or to assist you with an in-class writing workshop. We invite you to schedule a classroom visit or workshop. The Writing & Speaking Studio offers in-class workshops that can be tailored to your class.
Take a look at our spring 2018 workshop offerings or contact us for more information.
Need feedback on a writing assignment? The Writing & Speaking Studio staff will review your assignment and offer feedback on everything from organizing it to how students will potentially interpret the assignment. Submit your assignment for review, and we'll have a response in a week.
Writing Teaching Resources
As part of the Writing & Speaking Studio's commitment to writing across the curriculum, we can offer you a number of writing resources and help you:
- develop/create writing assignments
- facilitate effective peer writing workshops
- respond to and assess student writing
- teach with writing in class
- information for your syllabus
Faculty are welcome to meet with the Director and Writing Consultants to talk about a range of writing issues from teaching to your own manuscript development.