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English faculty recognized for inclusive teaching

English faculty recognized for inclusive teaching

Elizabeth Paul (English) received Mason’s esteemed 2024 Teaching Excellence Award with special recognition for her inclusive teaching. In this article, she shares what drew her to teaching, how she creates an inclusive learning space, what to do when a classroom is not as energized, and what to do about how AI could motivate an instructor.

English faculty receives Online Teaching Excellence award

English faculty receives Online Teaching Excellence award

English faculty Dr. Albert J. DeFazio III, winner of the 2024 Online Teaching Excellence award, explains his inspiration for teaching, his plans to innovate and evolve as an educator at Mason, and his advice to other faculty thinking of teaching online

Alternative Grading Workshop

Alternative Grading Workshop

Anna Habib, Lisa Lister, Liz Paul, James Savage, and Courtney Wooten will offer a workshop about Alternative Grading Practices on Tuesday, April 30, 10:30am-12:00pm on Zoom.

Teachers need teachers

Teachers need teachers

Composition faculty created Teachers Need Teachers to exchange teaching resources, ideas, and feedback. In so doing, they put Mason students first.

ENGH 101 Linguistic Justice Resources Workshop

ENGH 101 Linguistic Justice Resources Workshop

Parker O'Connor and James Savage will offer a workshop about the Composition Program's ENGH 101 Linguistic Justice Resources on Friday, February 23, 11:30am-1:00pm on Zoom.

ENGH 302 Linguistic Justice Resources Workshop

ENGH 302 Linguistic Justice Resources Workshop

Katherine Miscavige, Elizabeth Paul, and Catherine Saunders will offer a workshop about the Composition Program's ENGH 302 Linguistic Justice Resources on Friday, February 23, 10:00-11:30am on Zoom.

Celebrating Another Semester of Progress

Celebrating Another Semester of Progress

During the Fall 2023 semester, Composition faculty and staff engaged in timely crucial dialogues about Artificial Intelligence and linguistic diversity among other issues facing Mason students. The composition program offices will be closed from December 18th, 2023 to January 2nd, 2024. Classes will resume on January 16th, 2024.

Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom Workshop

Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom Workshop

Amanda Bryan, Sharon Doetsch-Kidder, Ariel Goldenthal, and Dean Taciuch will offer a workshop called "Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom" on Friday, November 3, 2:30-4:00pm.

Hyunyoung Cho and Christina Grieco to Offer Workshop

Hyunyoung Cho and Christina Grieco to Offer Workshop

Hyunyoung Cho and Christina Grieco will offer a workshop about the Composition Program's Position Statement on Linguistic Diversity and Inclusion Friday, October 20, 9:00-10:15am EST on Zoom.