Fostering conversations about equity, inclusive pedagogy, and student success

Welcome to the homepage for “Social Justice through Antiracist Writing Assessment: A Symposium.” ¬†On Friday, October 27th, the UO Composition Program will host a day of events that bring together teachers of writing intensive courses, campus leaders in antiracism efforts, and stakeholders working toward curricular reform to consider different designs for inclusive writing assignments and learning environments. The symposium features a writing assessment workshop led by Dr. Asao B. Inoue, whose award-winning social justice-focused work in Rhetoric and Composition engages the disproportionate barriers to success for students of color, first-generation college students, and other students from diverse backgrounds.

Please peruse our site for information about the day’s events, registration materials for the featured workshop, and additional resources for considering intersectional antiracist pedagogies.

 

 

 

Image: Student writing in a notebook. Photograph by Brad Neathery.

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