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Starting in 2017, web pages of each issue of "MnWE News" are available here in reverse order. Simply click on the issue you want.

 

May-June 2018


In this issue:

     1. ETHICS, FUN AT MARCH MnWE CONFERENCE, UNIV. OF MINNESOTA

     2. ADJUNCTS: “FREEWAY FLYERS” AS “ROADS SCHOLARS”

     3. METHODS: USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR RHETORICAL EXAMPLES

     4. 2019 CONF.: “CONNECTING READING & WRITING,” NHCC, APR. 5-6

     5.
About MnWE:
Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving, Grad Credit,
         Representatives
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Mar.-Apr. 2018 Conference Issue


In this 2018 Conference issue:
 

     1. MnWE CONF. FRI.-SAT, MARCH 23-24, UMN-TC:  REGISTRATION!
            
     2.  FRIDAY PLENARY PANEL: “POLITICS & PEDAGOGY”
          KEYNOTE: TIMOTHY LENSMIRE, “
Rereading and Mobilizing White
          People for Antiracism”

     3. SATURDAY PLENARY: “LABOR IN WRITING AND ENGLISH”
         KEYNOTE: KIRSTEN JAMSEN, “
Our Bold North: Expansive, Ethical, &
         Relational Perspectives on Writing and the Work of Writing Educators


     4. LOCATION, DINNER, AND HOTELS

     5. About MnWE:
Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving, Grad
         Credit, Representatives
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Jan.-Feb. 2018


In this issue:
 

     1. PROPOSALS DEADLINE EXT. TO JAN. 26 FOR MnWE CONF.
         3/23-24, UMN
    
     2. MNWE UMN KEYNOTERS FOR MARCH 23-24 CONFERENCE
   
     3. REMINDER: MINNSTATE DISCIPLINE MTG. 2/23 FOR ENG.,
         EAP/ESOL, & READING
     
     4. ANTI-FAKE NEWS RESEARCH SOFTWARE FOR STUDENTS?

     5. About MnWE:
Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving, Grad
         Credit, Representatives
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Nov.-Dec. 2017


In this issue:

     1. MnWE CONF. MARCH 23-24, UM-TWIN CITIES: “POINTS OF
         THE COMPASS: THE ETHICS OF OUR TIME.” PROPOSALS
         DUE 1/19
    
     2. MnSTATE DISCIPLINE MTG. IN ENG., EAP/ESOL, & READING
         2/23
  
     3. TIPS: TEACHING “COLLEGE 101”
   
     4. REVIEW: IS DIGITAL WRITING DYSTOPIAN?

     5. About MnWE:
Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving, Grad
         Credit, Representatives
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Sept.-Oct. 2017


In this issue:
 

     1. THEME FOR THE 2018 MnWE CONF. AT UMN:
         “POINTS OF THE COMPASS: THE ETHICS OF OUR TIME”
    
     2. TYCA-MIDWEST CONFERENCE IN ST. PAUL THIS WEEK,
         OCT. 5-7
  
     3. STANFORD U.: WHEN CAN YOU USE COPYRIGHTED
         MATERIAL?
   
     4. TIPS: HOW CAN YOU TEACH TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF
          INTELLIGENCE?

     5. ABOUT MnWE: Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving the
         Listserv, Graduate Credit, Representing MnWE
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July-August 2017


In this issue:
 

     1. 2018 MnWE CONFERENCE: UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
         “POINTS OF THE COMPASS: ETHICS OF OUR TIME”
    
     2. CHRONICLE STARTS NEW TEACHING NEWSLETTER

     3. TIPS:
DISCOVERING STUDENTS’ VOLITIONAL STRATEGIES
   
     4.
REVIEW: TOO MUCH NEGATIVITY IN TRADITIONAL LIT
         CRIT.?

 

     5. ABOUT MnWE: Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving the
         Listserv, Graduate Credit, Representing MnWE
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May-June 2017


In this issue:
 
     1. MnWE CONFERENCE FEATURED IN MARSHALL, MN NEWS
    
     2.   STUDENTS ADDICTED TO CHECKING PHONES

     3. QUICK NEW TIPS FOR USING TECH IN CLASSROOMS

    
     4.
YELLOW MEDICINE REVIEW

 

     5. ABOUT MnWE: Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving the
         Listserv, Graduate Credit, Representing MnWE
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March-April 2017

 

     1. MnWE CONFERENCE “CONNECTING LANDSCAPES” 3/31-4/1,
         SW MN STATE U.

     2. ANTI-TRUTH ISSUES, PART II—“AN ERA OF FAKE NEWS”

     3. RESOURCES FOR FIGHTING FAKE NEWS

     4. “HOW TO DEAL WITH DIFFICULT STUDENTS”

     5. ABOUT MnWE: Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving the
         Listserv, Graduate Credit, Representing MnWE
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Jan.-Feb. 2017

     1. MnWE CONFERENCE “CONNECTING LANDSCAPES” 3/31-4/1,
         SW MN STATE U.

     2. ANTI-TRUTH ISSUES, PART II—“AN ERA OF FAKE NEWS”

     3. RESOURCES FOR FIGHTING FAKE NEWS

     4. “HOW TO DEAL WITH DIFFICULT STUDENTS”

     5. ABOUT MnWE: Forwarding the News, Joining/Leaving the
         Listserv, Graduate Credit, Representing MnWE
 

                

  

Mission:
Transforming writing and English

into teaching and learning experiences

using methodologies that serve students best.

 

Vision:
Bringing scholarly ideas and practical

pedagogy together to create our futures.

 

 

  

Donald Ross of the University of

Minnesota and Taiyon Coleman of St. Catherine University run a breakout session about literature.

 

 

   

Geoffrey Sirc of the University of Minnesota runs a small breakout after his keynote presentation.

 

 

  

MnWE started in 2007. The cofounders

were Richard Jewell, here giving a welcome after lunch, and Donald Ross, first picture above.

  

  

   

During a 2016 breakout, Beata Puschner presents on improving classroom inclusion of ELL students.

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Updated 22 Jan. 2018

                                                  

 

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Editions: 12-09, 10-14, 8-15, 9-16

Conference Questions--Larry Sklaney or Danielle Hinrichs. General--Richard Jewell

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