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Write to Read

Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Reading with Writing

Write to Read

Steve Graham

Warner Professor, Arizona State University

Jennifer Knighton

Join us as two experts share their research about the links between writing and reading development and how writing can help students strengthen reading skills.

Formative Essay Feedback Using Predictive Scoring Models

This scholarly paper examines the performance of the predictive essay scoring models that power Revision Assistant and the innovative use of these models to provide actionable feedback to student writers.

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Prevention and Early Intervention

Dr. Lesley Sefcik, a Lecturer and Academic Integrity Advisor at Curtin University in Western Australia, discusses how prevention and early intervention can aid academic integrity.

How Learning Analytics Can Help Promote Student Engagement and Academic Integrity

Jason M Stephens will discuss how learning analytics can help promote student engagement and academic integrity.

From Here to There: Students’ Perceptions on Feedback Goals, Barriers and Effectiveness

From Here to There

The process of teaching students how to write is centered around feedback that can guide student understanding of how their writing was received and interpreted. Feedback is essential to writing instruction. In order to provide more effective and engaging feedback, we need to ask: how well do students comprehend and act upon the feedback we deliver to them?

Educative Conversations to Encourage Integrity

Tracey Bretag will share a framework for engaging in challenging academic integrity discussions using authentic scenarios based on her own experiences as an Academic Integrity Officer.

Beyond Integrity: Why We Cite

Beyond Integrity: Why We Cite

When it comes to academic integrity, many instructors and conduct officers focus on deterring and resolving incidents of misconduct. While this is important, merely teaching students what they should not do is insufficient. As educators, we must recognize that the very concept of citation is rarely as intuitive and obvious to our students as it is to us. Thus, we must go beyond demanding compliance with rules to reframe the conversation around the merits of ethical action, both in proactive teaching and in taking a developmental approach to sanctioning misconduct.

What's the Story Behind Why We Write?

What's the Story Behind Why We Write?

“Writing is power.” In this session, we’ll consider the production of a given work of writing as a story that we tell. We often encourage students to think about writing as a process--how is it different to consider writing as a story rather than as a process? We will trace the ways in which writers sometimes include the story of the writing within the writing and the ways in which we can explore the story of the writing process with students.