In “The Trouble with Rubrics,” Alfie Kohn writes, “Research shows three reliable effects when students are graded: They tend to think less deeply, avoid taking risks, and lose interest in the learning itself.” Traditional grading methods can be barriers to students, particularly those who are historically underrepresented, in staying on the path and persisting […]
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Since 2018, 3CSN’s IRW learning community has engaged CCC and CSU writing instructors in ongoing, collaborative inquiry to build our capacity to apprentice students into the multiple literacy demands of the 21st century. JOIN THE IRW LEARNING COMMUNITY TODAY! https://tinyurl.com/3csnIRWapplication2020
How can Habits of Mind and Reading Apprenticeship (RA) mutually support one another to help students deepen their confidence, engagement, and fluency with academic texts? This was the inquiry question that recently brought educators together on September 22nd at Hartnell College in Salinas. In a 1-day workshop called “Making the Invisible Visible,” participants (more…)
To kick off the spring semester, nearly 40 CSU Monterey Bay and Ohlone College faculty members came together to explore discipline-specific literacies through an Introductory Reading Apprenticeship workshop at CSU Monterey Bay on January 17, 2017. These faculty members teach in diverse disciplines and learning contexts, including Cinematic Arts and Documentary Film Production, English, First […]
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