Faculty and graduate students from UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, along with their colleagues at the Writing Program, the English Department, and the Department of Black Studies, will take part in 17 events, panels, and workshops at the 2012 Conference on College Composition and Communication in St. Louis, MO from March 21-24. The scholars, researchers, and teachers will discuss the latest findings on topics such as ludic pedagogy, embodied composition, and rethinking responses to student writing.
A complete list of events with UC Santa Barbara participants can be read on-line.
Since 1949, the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) has been the world’s largest professional organization for researching and teaching composition, from writing to new media. The CCCC supports and promotes the teaching and study of college composition and communication by 1) sponsoring meetings and publishing scholarly materials for the exchange of knowledge about composition, composition pedagogy, and rhetoric; 2) supporting a wide range of research on composition, communication, and rhetoric; 3) working to enhance the conditions for learning and teaching college composition and to promote professional development; and 4) acting as an advocate for language and literacy education nationally and internationally.