Interested OSUN faculty should email [email protected] indicating which workshop they hope to participate in and why. Your home institution will be responsible for travel and visa fees. Decisions will be made on a rolling basis with priority given to representing a range of OSUN partners. Ten slots are available in total. Full workshop descriptions are available on the IWT Website.
The July Weeklong Workshops help teachers deepen their understanding of writing-based teaching, its theory and practices, and its application in the classroom. Each workshop focuses on a particular form of writing—the essay, the academic paper, creative nonfiction—or on writing-based teaching in a particular subject area, such as history, science and math, or grammar.
During the week, teachers live in private dorm rooms on the Bard campus, eat meals together, and enjoy the beautiful setting and lively atmosphere of Annandale-on-Hudson in the summer. Workshop groups meet for fourteen sessions, beginning Sunday evening, July 10. Subsequently, groups meet three times a day between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., except Wednesday and Friday, the final day, when workshops conclude at 1 p.m.
For full workshop descriptions, please visit the IWT Website.
New this July!
Reflective Writing for Agency, Equity, and Community
Writing-Based Teaching and Antiracist Pedagogies
Writing & Thinking
Writing to Learn
Inquiry into Essay
Teaching the Academic Paper
Creative Nonfiction: Telling the Truth
Creative Nonfiction: Hybrid Narratives and the Power of Voice
Writing in the Disciplines
Writing to Learn in the STEM Disciplines
Thinking Historically through Writing
Writing and Thinking: Restorative Words, Restorative Practices