Beliefs and Practices to Reclaim Student Agency  Book Study
Thu, Apr 14 | Zoom

Beliefs and Practices to Reclaim Student Agency Book Study

one-credit graduate credit

Time & Location

Apr 14, 4:00 PM

About the Event

In their latest book, Penny Kittle and Kelly Gallagher aim to move students beyond compliance and formula and develop students’ agency, independence, and decision-making skills.  The book focuses on four essential practices: the essay, book clubs, poetry, and digital composition.  Kittle and Gallagher write, “By reimagining how we teach essay, poetry, book clubs, and digital composition, we can open the door to more engaged, connected, and challenging learning.”

This course is a Southern Utah University Course for one-credit graduate course. Cost for the course is $21 and will be paid directly to SUU. The book will be provided by the Northwest Regional Professional Development Program.

Contact- Desiree Gray for more information:

Please fill out the google form if you are interested and you will be sent registration information.

Classes will meet by Zoom from 4:00-5:30.

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