On Wednesday, March 14, the Eli Review team presented a full-day workshop at the 2018 meeting of the College Conference on Composition and Communication (CCCC, or #4c18). That workshop – Focusing on Students’ Labor: Becoming an Evidence-Based Coach of Effective Peer Learning in Writing (First-Year and Beyond) – emphasized these core pedagogical principles and strategies that drive effective peer learning:
- Scheduling Frequent Feedback
- Making Learning Visible
- Designing for Helpful Feedback
- Coaching Strategically and Authoritatively
- Requiring Reflection and Revision
- Becoming an Evidence-Based Teacher
The materials from that workshop are available here:
- Workshop slides
- Annotated Bibliography
- Printable Fall 2018 calendar (Word,PDF)
- Synthesis Review Prompt [Hart-Davidson]
- Final Reflection Assignment [Reynolds]
- Weekly Nudge Calendar [Holland]
The Eli Review team was represented by Eli co-inventors Bill Hart-Davidson, Jeff Grabill, and Mike McLeod, and Eli Review professional development director Melissa Graham Meeks. Presenting with the team were University of Rhode Island professor of writing and rhetoric Nedra Reynolds, and San Francisco State University Instructor John Holland.
For the full workshop details, including the original proposal and full description, see our original announcement.