Call for Participation

Do you wish you had strategies to turn to when responding to and grading student writing? Are you teaching a WP course and want to develop or strengthen your ability to incorporate writing into your course (in any discipline)? Do you want to incorporate peer review into your courses but haven’t been happy with how that’s turned out? Join this FLC! Within this FLC, you’ll explore best practices in designing writing assignments, incorporating drafting and peer review, responding to student writing, and assessing student writing. We will also highlight current scholarship related to antiracist writing pedagogy.

As a participant of this FLC, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Create or revise a writing assignment sequence (drafting, feedback, and grading)
  • Learn about specific strategies for responding to student writing  
  • Explore ways to incorporate peer review within writing assignments 
  • Consider writing pedagogy as it relates to topics such as teaching for transfer across courses within your programs and approaches to antiracist writing pedagogy

Participants in the Faculty Learning Community should be willing to commit to:

  • Attend at least 80% of the virtual scheduled FLC activities and meetings (synchronous weekly/bi-weekly)
  • Present at the culminating showcase event in the Spring
  • Active work, sharing of progress, and mutual support and accountability

Application and Meeting Schedule

This FLC will meet for 10 sessions, in Hybrid mode (alternate in-person meetings in FDC 118 and virtual meetings) 
Meeting day and times will be decided based on when most faculty can meet 
Please apply by February 17, 2023 for full consideration

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Selection Criteria

There are 12 spaces in the FLC 
Must be a Stanislaus State faculty member (any rank, FT or PT) from any discipline, contracted to teach at Stan State during Spring 2023
Must agree to attend meetings and participate in the scheduled FLC activities (in-person and virtually)

Faculty Compensation: At the end of the FLC, faculty who attend/participate in at least 80% of the sessions (in-person and virtually) and meet the goals will receive $500 as a stipend or professional development funds.

Questions? Please contact Drs. Matt Moberly, or Shradha Tibrewal,

Updated: March 08, 2023