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IWT July 2022 Weeklong Workshops

July 10-15, 2022 at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. IWT CLASP is offering limited spaces in the July 2022 Weeklong Workshops for OSUN partners!

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In the Classroom

Online Classes are No Longer Monotonous

CLASP Fellow Fahmida Rahman, Lecturer and Program Coordinator at the BRAC University School of General Education, uses Padlet to great effect in her online classes.

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Facts: Together We Succeed

CLASP Fellow Julia Carey Arendell, Faculty at Bard Early College New Orleans, describes how she uses process and collaborative writing in her literature classes.

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Writing to Learn in Math: Challenges and Successes

CLASP Fellow Amanda Landi, Faculty of Mathematics at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, reflects on using writing to learn techniques in her classes.

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10/1 & 11/5 – IWT Writer as Reader Workshops

IWT’s day-long Writer as Reader Workshops will be held online on October 1 and November 5, 2021.

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The CLASP Fellows Program

The CLASP Fellows Program is a 2-year professional development opportunity for early to mid-career faculty from OSUN institutions who show potential for pedagogical leadership. Applications are open now.

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In the Classroom

Using Focused Free Writing to Incite Student Participation

Thoughts on how focused free writing techniques can enhance the classroom experience–particularly on Zoom.

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8/17 & 8/23 – CLASP Fellows Program Info Sessions

Tuesday, August 17 and Monday, August 23 at 8:30AM (NY) / 2:30PM (Vienna).

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Cross-Campus Student Profiles

Reflections on an interview/writing assignment between 25 fledgling journalism students at the American University in Bulgaria and 25 students at the American University of Central Asia.

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Ekaterina Galimova – The International Virtual-Discussion

This activity demonstrates a strategy to engage students in conversations about the humanities beyond just a single campus.