Using Rubrics and Peer Review in Academic Writing Classes – a webinar by Willow Barnosky

Dear Colleagues,

IATEFL Poland and Willow Barnosky, English Language Fellow through the U.S. Department of State’s English language Programs

have the pleasure to invite you to

the webinar

which will take place on Monday, 21st May 2021, between 20.30 and 21.30 CET.

Your registration will be made via Click platform

This webinar is titled:

“Using Rubrics and Peer Review in Academic Writing Classes”

Brief summary:

In this practical webinar, ideal for upper primary through postsecondary instructors, we will discuss the rationale for using rubrics and peer review in academic writing instruction. Participants will be provided with examples of rubrics and peer review forms to adapt for their own classes.  We will consider ways to incorporate student involvement and elements of grading and ungrading into rubric creation, and the presenter will share feedback on peer review and rubrics that she received from her university students.

Professional profile

Willow Barnosky

Willow Barnosky is an educator and writer based in San Jose, California. She is the Virtual English Language Fellow at the University of Opole for 2020–2021 and was the English Language Fellow at the University of Rzeszów for 2019-2020. She has experience as an ESL and EFL instructor, professional developer, and curriculum designer in Adult Education, university, and language institute contexts in the United States, Japan, South Korea, and Poland. She received her MA in TESOL and a Specialization in Teaching Spanish from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California, and a BA in Spanish and Latin American Studies from the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.

You can connect with Willow at www.linkedin.com/in/willow-barnosky.


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