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Cecilia McGuinness
Click to view contentIn case you missed it, catch Nancy Sommers's CCCC webinar, "Responding to Student Writers" here: Watch the webinar   Other useful links from the webinar: User Guide: Beyond the Red Ink Beyond the Red Ink Video Nancy Sommers, Responding to Student Writers    Do you have a question for Dr. Sommers? Log in, drop your questions in the thread… (Show more)
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Andrew Lundner
Click to view contentMARCH 20 | 2:00 PM ET As you work to transfer your brick-and-mortar teaching style online, iClicker is here for you and your students. iClicker engages students with polling questions, provides assessment with quizzes, and helps educators keep track of attendance—and you can still do all of these things with iClicker if you move your class…
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Alanna Smith
Click to view contentClaims you can trust: Building a portfolio of rigorous and reliable evidence of student success MARCH 11 | 2:00 PM ET   Educational technology has the potential to innovate pedagogy, but the lack of rigorous and relevant evidence of effectiveness has resulted in false starts and frustrations. With the development of their new learning platform…
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Chelsea Simens
MARCH 27 | 12:30 PM ET Join Bedford author Mike Palmquist (Joining the Conversation, In Conversation, and The Bedford Researcher) as he discusses a comprehensive approach to assessing and evaluating sources that entails skimming, lateral reading, evaluating through close reading, and rhetorical listening. Access the recording today! Watch…
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Chelsea Simens
MARCH 27 | 1:00 PM ET   Join Bedford author Nancy Sommers (The Bedford Handbook, Rules for Writers, A Writer's Reference, Pocket Style Manual) as she discusses strategies for responding to student papers effectively--whether you plan to teach online in the short term or for the duration. Access the recording today! Watch Recording
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Sue Frantz
Between spending a lot of time thinking about what people need to know about psychology—and, thus, what we should cover in Intro Psych—and thinking about intimate partner violence (IPV), it is glaringly apparent that IPV belongs in the Intro Psych course.*   One place to address the topic is in the social psychology chapter, right after covering… (Show more)
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Chelsea Simens
MARCH 17 | 1:00 PM ET   In this webinar, Lauren Ingraham and Jeanne Bohannon (authors of The Writer's Loop) will explain how to encourage recursive writing and engage students throughout the process. Come learn how to help students embrace this approach to writing and build confidence about their writing abilities. Access the recording today!…
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Chelsea Simens
MARCH 27 | 1:30 PM ET   Join Bedford Author Peter Adams (The Hub) as he discusses best practices for teaching ALP and Corequisite Composition. Learn how to scaffold writing and reading instruction for your corequisite students and help all of your students succeed in composition courses and beyond. Access the recording today! Watch Recording
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