Responding to Multilingual Writers: Faculty Development Panel (RELI/Global/CTAAR)

Responding to Multilingual Writers: Faculty Development Panel (RELI/Global/CTAAR)

Wednesday, March 3, 2021, 11:00am-1:00pm 

While clear writing is essential for academic success, instructors across disciplines struggle to know how to best respond to written work from multilingual students. In this workshop, a panel of faculty experts discuss how instructors can better help multilingual students through crafting appropriate feedback and comments and designing assessments with effective support structures.


Understanding the Continuum of Multilingual Writers 

Nicole Houser, Director, Rutgers English Language Institute

Mark Keitges, Director, Graduate English Language Learners @RELI

Nela Navarro, Director, English for Academic Discourse @RELI

Natalie DeSorbo, RU Pathway Program Manager, Intensive English @RELI

Providing Feedback to Multilingual Students Across the Curriculum

Madhav Kafle, Instructor, Graduate Writing Program, English

Close Reading and Commenting on International Student Writing

Shawn Gonzalez, Lecturer, Writing Program, Princeton University

Scaffolding Group Work and Participation through Literacy Circles

Qisi Zhang, Instructor, English for Academic Discourse @RELI


Panel Sponsors: 

Rutgers English Language Institute (RELI) 

Rutgers Global-International Academic Success 

Center for Teaching Advancement & Assessment Research (CTAAR)


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