Guide to Basic Writing Sessions at cccc 2013



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Basic Writing at CCCC 2013

Las Vegas, Nevada






Quick Guide to Basic Writing Sessions at CCCC 2013


The Council on Basic Writing presents its annual quick guide to basic writing session and workshops to help you connect with other basic writing faculty.



Pre-Conference Workshops:
MW.03: Expanding the Conversation: Graduate Students, Contingent Faculty, and the Future of Basic Writing
W01: TYCA Presents: Developmental Education in the Two-Year College, a Place of Possibility
W06: Council on Basic Writing 2013: Basic Writing and Race: A Symposium
CCCC 2013 Regular Sessions:
A.17: There’s Nothing Basic about Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Royale Pavilion 6, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Join us for a face-to-face exploration of major issues facing Basic Writing faculty and students. This roundtable discussion is the culmination of month-long asynchronous dialogue highlighting issues in Basic Writing.
Chair: John McKinnis Buffalo State College

Co-Chair: Rochelle Rodrigo Old Dominion University
Speakers:
Debra Berry, College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas - Teacher Preparation

and Professional Development
J. Elizabeth Clark, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY - Teaching with

Technology
Elaine Jolayemi, Ivy Tech College - Who Are Basic Writers?
Leigh Jonaitis, Bergen Community College - Who Are Basic Writers?
Marisa Klages, LaGuardia Community College - Teacher Preparation &

Professional Development
Carla Maroudas, Mt. San Jacinto Community College - Student Placement

Amy Edwards Patterson, Moraine Park Technical College - Day-to-Day Life



in the Classroom
Ilene Rubenstein, College of the Desert - Academic Skills/Writing Centers
A.33: What Works:  New Approaches in the Basic Writing Classroom

Location: Riviera, Skybox 205, 2nd floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
21st century pathways into the basic writing classroom that includes innovative methods to initiate as models for integrative learning.
Speakers:
Anita August - We Need to Talk about Student X: 'Situating' Visual Literacy in the Basic Writing Curriculum
Heather Camp, Minnesota State University, Mankato - Revisiting Writing-about-Writing in the Basic Writing Classroom
Susan Gebhardt, Burns Norwalk Community College - Using Invention Techniques with Community College Basic Composition Students
C.03: Public Access, Public Work: A Case Study for Multiple Basic Writing Pilots

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 105, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 1:45 PM - 3:00 PM
Chair: Stacy Day Penn State University-Abington
Speakers:
Stacy Day, Penn State University-Abington - The English Enhancement Pilot: A Narrative of Development, Implementation, and Assessment
Nicole McClure, Penn State University-Abington - Diverse Learners in Digital Spaces: Developing Supplemental Online Instruction for Basic Writers
Karen Weekes, Penn State University-Abington - One University, Demographically Dispersed
C.26: Making the Personal Public: Storytelling as Academic Discourse

in College Composition

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 207, Second Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 1:45 PM - 3:00 PM
This panel examines narrative and storytelling from three perspectives: the basic writing classroom, the first-year student, and theoretical frameworks. 
Speakers:
Amanda Athon - Storytelling and Basic Writing
D1: The Go-To Place for Basic Writing--Two-Year Colleges

Location: Riviera Hotel, Royale Pavilion 5, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Chair: Patrick Sullivan
Manchester Community College, CT

Speakers:
Jennifer Swartout, Heartland Community College, Normal IL
Three Rivers - Merging Scholarship on Community Colleges, Basic Writing and Developmental Education
Carolyn Calhoon-Dillahunt, Yakima Valley Community College, Yakima, WA

Basic Writing in the Two-Year College—Mission Possible
Lynn Quitman Troyka, Queensborough Community College, CUNY, New York, NY

CCCC’s Stance toward BW and Two-Year Colleges
D.07: Approximating the University:

Novices Practicing Knowledge in the Basic Writing Classroom

Location: Riviera Hotel, Royale Pavilion 7, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Chair: Karen Gocsik, Dartmouth College
Speakers:
Laura Braunstein, Dartmouth College - Entering the Conversation: How Sources Support and Impede Learning
Karen Gocsik ,Dartmouth College - Assembling Knowledge: How Novice Writers Practice Knowing
Cynthia Tobery, Dartmouth College - Writing Together: How Collaboration Enhances (and Limits) Knowledge Construction
D.28: Concurrent Literacies: Digital Literacy and Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Grande Ballroom H, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Chair: Linda Howell, University of North Florida
Speakers:
Rachael Jordan, CSU Northridge - Engaging in Digital Public Space: Facebook & Basic Writing Students
Pegeen Reichert Powell, Columbia College Chicago - Low Tech Means to High Tech Ends: Teaching Digital Writing in the Basic Writing Classroom
Lauren Williams, CUNY Bronx Community College - Rethinking Basic Writing for a Digital Future: Replacing Assimilation with an Agenda of Empowerment
E.02: The Thin and Imaginary Border between Remedial

and Degree-Credit Composition: Using Multiple Measures

to Assess Student Readiness for College Reading and Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 103, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Chair: Holly Hassel, University of Wisconsin Marathon County
Speakers:
Joanne Giordano, University of Wisconsin Colleges - Ready or Not: The Inaccuracy of Standardized Tests in Placing Students in Remedial Courses
Holly Hassel, University of Wisconsin Marathon County - Using Multiple Measures to Assess Student Readiness
Cassandra Phillips, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha - Ready to Write: Multiple Measures and Learning the Writing Process
E.07: Basic Writer as Lightening Rod, Rosetta Stone, and Crucible: Access, Accountability, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, and Texas

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 104, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM

Chair: Susan Wolff Murphy, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Speakers:
Chimene Burnett, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi - Institutional Identity and the Basic Writer
Michelle Garza, San Antonio College - (Re)Evaluating the Public: An Examination of Current Approaches to the Teaching of Writing and Argument
Chelsea Mikulencak, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi - Evaluation of a Basic Writing Program
Susan Wolff Murphy, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi - Evaluation of a Basic Writing Program
E.13: Social Connectedness and Student Support:

Enhancing Success and Retention in the Transition to College-Ready

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 110, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Chair: Erin Lehman Ivy Tech Community College Columbus/Franklin
Speakers:
Hope Parisi, Kingsborough Community College/ CUNY - Competing and Converging Rhetorics: A Writing Tutorial for Taking a Student Support Services and Basic Writing Collaboration Public
Lynn Shelly, Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Marginality and Mattering: Basic Writing as Public Work
Zandree Stidham, University of New Mexico - Los Alamos - This Is Why We Leave. This Is Why We Stay: Forces Impacting the Trajectory of Transitioning Developmental Students
TSIG 04: The Council on Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 107, First Floor

Time: Thursday, 3/14 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
This meeting of the Council on Basic Writing (CBW) SIG will provide networking opportunities for basic writing faculty. The CBW mission statement and charter will also be discussed. The Innovations Award and the Travel Award recipients will also be honored.


F.01: Basic Writing, Rhetorical Education, and Civic Engagement

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 201, Second Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Chair: Emily Walters University of Dayton
Speakers:
Jonathan Bush, Western Michigan University - Connecting to Community: Place-Based Pedagogy and the Developmental Writing Classroom
Bridget Ann Fahey, St. Ambrose University - The Role of Rhetoric in Basic Writing
Derek Handley, Community College of Allegheny County - Basic Writing and Conversations within the Community
F.25: Occupying the Language of Remediation:

From CSUSB to Deborah Brandt to The Hunger Games

Location: Riviera Hotel, Grande Ballroom H, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Chair: Esther Gutierrez, California State University, San Bernardino
Speakers:
Francesca Astiazaran, California State University, San Bernardino

Sonia Castaneda, California State University, San Bernardino

Robert Diaz, California State University, San Bernardino

Brisa Galindo, California State University, San Bernardino

Gina Hanson, California State University, San Bernardino

Carol Haviland, California State University, San Bernardino

Sara Scotten, California State University, San Bernardino

Arturo Tejada, Jr., California State University, San Bernardino

DeShonna Wallace, California State University, San Bernardino
F.28: The Work of Scholarship:

Hermeneutics in Public and Institutional Arguments on Basic Writing

Location: Riviera, Grand Ballroom B



Time: Friday, 3/15 from 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Public and institutional discourses on Basic Writing and basic writers often center on policy initiatives addressing economics, efficiency, standardization, and testing. A cursory glance at the scholarship of BW reveals vastly different foci within the field. This session will explore that scholarship by revealing four different avenues of interpretation within BW that researchers might use to rewrite the ways public and institutional policy affect the practice of the BW classroom.
Chair: Hannah Ashley, West Chester University
Speakers:
Karen Uehling, Boise State University, ID - Assessment, Placement, and Access: Framing Arguments from Local and National Histories
William Lalicker, West Chester University - Agency through Assessment: Developing a Basic Writing Program Strength Quotient
Michael Hill, Henry Ford Community College - The Work of Philosophical Argument in an Age of Mechanical Assessment
Abby Nance, Gardner-Webb University - A Tale of Two Classrooms: Practicing Trauma-Sensitive Placement
G.01: The Accelerated Learning Program:

Deepening the Teaching of Writing to Basic Writers

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 202, Second Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM
The Accelerated Learning Program at the Community College of Baltimore County as taken the national spotlight as a model in acceleration for basic writers. In the ALP, students who have placed into a non-credit bearing basic writing course are mainstreamed into a credit-bearing English composition course with twelve other composition students. ALP students are therefore concurrently enrolled in two English courses that meet consecutively and are taught by the same faculty member. After attending the English composition course, ALP students proceed as a cohort to another classroom where the basic writing section is taught in a workshop format that supports the students’ work in English 101. The presentation will also describe the program at Georgia Gwinnett College, how ALP is tailored to fit their needs and results after 1 year.
Chair: Linda De La Ysla, Community College of Baltimore County
Speakers:
Linda De La Ysla, Community College of Baltimore County – ALP at CCBC
Christine W. Heilman, Georgia Gwinnett College – ALP at GGC
H.01: Perspectives on the History and Future of Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Grande Ballroom A, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM
This panel will offer perspectives on the history and possible futures of basic writing from scholars whose work has focused on this field’s social, material, and institutional histories. At this important juncture in our educational history—when access is threatened by economic conditions as well as misinformed perceptions of who and what basic writing is, and can be—this panel aims to provide a long view of the important moments in basic writing’s history, particularly those that portend for its future.
Chair: Kelly Ritter, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Speakers:
Andrea Abernathy Lunsford, Stanford University – What’s in a Name: The Development of Basic Writing
George Otte, The City University of New York – Anything But Basic
Mary Soliday, San Francisco State University – Where We Were Is Where We Could Be

H.08: Digital Media and Basic Writing: Enhancing the Work of Composition

Location: Riviera Hotel, Top of the Riviera North, Monaco Tower, 24th Floor

Time: Friday, March 15 from 11:00 AM -12:15 PM

These speakers will argue that if we are to truly reinvigorate our commitment to assist all writers, we must teach our basic writers not only how to write, but also how to do school. One means by which we can accomplish this work is through a digital pedagogy which teaches students the tools they will employ in their classes and their lives outside the classroom. Digital media applications can help students learn to be more attentive to the rhetorical situations of composing, gain authority over their own writing, better understand the role of genre conventions, and transition from basic writing to first-year writing.


Chair: Sara Webb-Sunderhaus, Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW)
Speakers:

Nancy Pine, Columbus State Community College – “But I'm Just Not Good With Technology": From Resistance to Empowerment in Basic Writing Courses


Catherine Braun, The Ohio State University at Marion - Encouraging Inquiry/Challenging Formalism: Remix Assignments in a Basic Writing Class
Sara Webb-Sunderhaus, Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) - "A Narrative Can Be Explored in More Ways than One": Digital Media and the Transition From Basic to First-Year Writing
H.16: Toward Consensus: Basic Writing Pedagogy in Community Colleges, from Faculty Development to Active Learning

Location:   Riviera Hotel, Capri 109, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Are there any core pedagogical principles upon which teachers of basic writing in community colleges can agree? Drawing from recent research in basic writing instruction and our work as teacher-scholars, we suggest that principles based upon general consensus in the field and the experiences of classroom teachers can ground the practice of basic writing.
Speakers:
Jamey Gallagher, Community College of Baltimore County - Faculty Development as Consensus Building
Peter Adams, Community College of Baltimore County - Thinking Our Way Toward a Pedagogy for Basic Writing
Michelle Zollars, Patrick Henry Community College - Transforming Colleges and Classrooms through Active Cooperative Learning
H.18: Politics, Basic Writing, and the CSU System

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 111, First Floor



Time: Friday, 3/15 from 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Chair: KC Culver University of Miami
Speakers:
Mathew Gomes, Michigan State University - Foreign Investments: International Student Recruitment and the Modern Utility of Remediation in the CSU System
Brenda Helmbrecht, California Polytechnic State University - Still on the Front Lines: The Battle to Protect Students from a 'Remedial' Debate
Dan Melzer, CSU Sacramento - Ending Remediation: A Critical Discourse Analysis
I.07: Reacting, Rallying, Re-imagining:

Full-Fledged University Students, Basic Writers No More

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 103, First Floor

Time: Friday ,3/15 from 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Chair: Don Kraemer, California State Polytechnic University
Speakers:

John Edlund, California State Polytechnic University, Ponoma - Reacting, Rallying, Re-imagining: On Stretching a First-Year Composition Program
Kristy Hodson, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona - Reacting, Rallying, Re-imagining: On Teaching a Stretched First-Year Composition Course
Leonard Vandegrift, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona - Reacting, Rallying, Re-imagining: On Supporting a Stretched First-Year Composition Program
J.04: Legitimizing Basic Writers: A Public Conversation

Location: Riviera Hotel, Capri 105, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Chair: Carolyn Ostrander Syracuse University
Speakers: Deborah Marrott, Utah Valley University - (More) Public Conversations about Writing and Literacy: Renewing the Call for Student-Present Research in Basic Writing
Dawn Terrick, Missouri Western State University - From Private to Public, from Marginal to Mainstream: Legitimizing the Work of the Basic Writing Student
J. 16: Trends in Accelerated Learning Programs

Location: Riviera Hotel, Royale Pavilion 4, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 2:00 PM-3:15 PM
Chair: Robert Miller, The Community College of Baltimore County
Speakers:

Robert Miller, The Community College of Baltimore County - The Creation of the Website and the Process of Gathering Information
Cheryl Scott, The Community College of Baltimore County - A General Overview of the Accelerated Learning Program at CCBC and Nationally
Monica Walker, The Community College of Baltimore County - An Analysis of the Results Gathered from the Collected Data
J. 34: Troubling Placement in Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Royale Pavilion 5, First Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Chair: Sarah Kirk, University of Alaska Anchorage
Speakers:
Sarah Kirk, University of Alaska Anchorage - Tracking Student Success: Evaluating a Local Writing Sample as an Additional Placement Tool for Basic Writing Students
Ashley Ludewig, University of Louisville - (Re)Investigating Writing Apprehension as a Placement Tool: A Qualitative Exploration of Writing Apprehension with First-Year, At-Risk Writers
Sean Molloy, Hunter College, CUNY - 'Caught in the Net of Numbers': How Mina Shaughnessy Validated High-Stakes Writing Course Exit Tests
Keith Rhodes, Grand Valley State University - Own Your Own Placement: Self-Efficacy and the Public Face of Directed Self-Placement
J.37: Fostering Reading Identity for Students

in the Developmental Writing Classroom

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 202, Second Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Description for my presentation: This presentation will discuss the results of classroom experiments designed to help basic writing students become more proficient readers and writers of difficult texts through guided experiences with metacognition and revision as they engage in the reading process—reading their own writing and the writing of others.
Speakers:
Cheryl Hogue Smith, Kingsborough Community College, CUNY - Basic Writers as Basic Readers: Addressing Obstacles to Academic Literacy
Meghan Sweeney, University of Nevada, Reno - Fostering Reading Identity for Students in the Developmental Writing Classroom
Maureen McBride, University of Nevada, Reno - Fostering Reading Identity for Students in the Developmental Writing Classroom
K.28: Navigating the Academic Lingo: Language and Difference in Basic Writing

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 209, Second Floor

Time: Friday, 3/15 from 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Chair: Deborah Teague Florida State University
Speakers:
Mwangi Chege, University of Cincinnati--Blue Ash - Navigating the Terrain of Academic Discourse as an African American Basic Writer: Teachers as Co-Laborers by Adapting a Dialogic and Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Pedagogy Approach

Dhruba Neupane, University of Waterloo - Mainstreaming Basic Writing Today: Possibilities and Challenges


Meredith Singleton, University of Cincinnati - Exploring the Vernacular Literacy of Community College Students
Sarah Stanley, UAF - Tejada's Whisper: Micro, Meso, and Macro Levels of a Parenthetical Limit Situation
L.31: Grading and Assessing Basic Writers

Location: Riviera Hotel, Skybox 210, Second Floor

Time: Saturday, 3/16 from 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Speakers:
Kerry Lane, Joliet Junior College - Collect $521 and Pass
Wendy Swyt, Highline Community College - Transparency and Grading Contracts: The Work of College Readiness
Chris Vassett, Mesa Community College - A Public Implementation of the Writing Program Administrator's Outcomes Statement in a Developmental Writing Course




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