CI 5465: Writing and Social Justice: A Minnesota Writing Project Open Institute

3 Credits

This course focuses on practices within literacy instruction as related to the current educational landscape and a theme of social justice. In this course, participants will focus on three areas: writing, teaching, and learning. Participants will reflect on their own writing processes as they write, share, and participate in a community of writers. Writing groups will meet several times during the course. Participants will also consider the theory and practice of writing instruction that helps students achieve their potential as writers and change agents. In addition, participants will investigate a literacy issue relevant to the course theme, social justice, and will present it as a research project or lesson. This course is offered for practicing teachers at all levels and across disciplines.

View on University Catalog

All Instructors

A Average (3.838)Most Common: A (81%)

This total also includes data from semesters with unknown instructors.

37 students
SFDCBA
  • 4.84

    /5

    Recommend
  • 4.95

    /5

    Effort
  • 4.66

    /5

    Understanding
  • 4.78

    /5

    Interesting
  • 4.74

    /5

    Activities


      Contribute on our Github

      Gopher Grades is maintained by Social Coding with data from Summer 2017 to Fall 2023 provided by the Office of Institutional Data and Research

      Privacy Policy