葡萄新京 Launches the Long Island Writing Project
Fall 2023 Lecture Series:  “Navigating New Landscapes”

2023年10月11日,纽约花园城 - The Long Island Writing Project (LIWP) at 葡萄新京 debuts its Fall 2023 Interactive Workshop Series “Navigating New Landscapes.该系列将于10月播出 26 through December 2, 2023 with in-person and virtual discussions that highlight common themes and conflicts in today’s literary world.

“At the Long Island Writing Project we work with area teachers, K-college, who teach in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn to improve the teaching of writing and reading across grade levels and disciplines,” said Prof. Darshna Katwala, LIWP主任. “We are excited to launch the Fall 2023 event series which includes discussions with prominent speakers on today’s most relevant topics such as ChatGPT, AI and racial 读写能力. We believe that good 教育 starts with effective teachers, and our workshops build on the knowledge and expertise that teachers already bring to the classroom.”

What is News Literacy and How Can It Help You Teach Writing?
10月26日星期四
4 – 6 p.m.
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霍华德·施耐德

Presented by 霍华德·施耐德, the Executive Director of Stony Brook University's Center for News Literacy and the former Founding Dean of what is now the university's School of Communications and Journalism, is the former editor of 《葡萄新京》. Under his tenure as managing editor and then editor, the paper won eight Pulitzer 奖. The course has been taught to more than 11,000 Stony Brook students and the curriculum has been adopted by more than two dozen other U.S. 大学和学校 15个国家的葡萄新京. In 2018, Schneider and his colleagues, convinced that instruction had to begin much earlier, created the Institute for News Literacy Education to support the work of the region's K-12 school districts.  

Teaching Readers, Writers, and Thinkers in the Age of AI
2023年10月28日星期六
10 a.m. ——中午
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特洛伊希克斯

Dr. 特洛伊希克斯 discusses multiple tools including ChatGPT, Rytr, Sudowrite, and Perplexity to get a sense of what AI tools are, as well as what they can – and cannot yet – do 有学生也有学生. Dr. Hicks is Professor of English and Education at Central Michigan University, where he collaborates with K–12 colleagues to explore how they implement newer literacies in their classrooms and teaches master’s and doctoral courses 在教育技术方面. He currently serves as Chair of the Department of Teacher 和特殊教育. He is also Director of the Chippewa River Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project. Dr. Hicks has received numerous awards including the Michigan Reading Association Teacher Educator Award and the Central Michigan University Excellence in Teaching Award, and is an ISTE Certified Educator, a trained facilitator in digital storytelling through StoryCenter, and an affiliate faculty member with 传媒教育实验室. 

建立种族文化 & 写自我的[考古学]
12月2日星期六
10 – 11:30 a.m.
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尤兰达Sealey-Ruiz

尤兰达Sealey-Ruiz博士.D., a Professor of English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University is founder of the Racial Literacy Roundtables Series where for twelve years, national scholars, teachers, and students facilitate conversations around race and other issues involving diversity. Dr. Sealey-Ruiz也是《 多本获奖书籍 Advancing Racial Literacies in Teacher Education: Activism for Equity in Digital Spaces where she examines her concept of Archeology of Self in 教育. Individuals who develop racial 读写能力 are able to engage in necessary personal reflection about their racial beliefs and practices and teach their students to do 相同的. Racial 读写能力 in schools includes the ability to read, write about, discuss and interrupt situations and events that are motivated and upheld by racial inequity 和偏见. Through writing excavation exercises, participants will explore their racial 读写能力.

关于葡萄新京

葡萄新京, a campus of the State University of New York, provides a comprehensive public college experience designed to transform lives through higher 教育. Serving 14,000 full-time, part-time and continuing 教育 students, NCC offers more than 80 programs that lead to the associate’s degree or certificate. Through on-campus and online offerings, the College educates local and international 学生,并拥有16万校友. Situated on 225 acres in Garden City, Long Island, the college grounds reside in historic Nassau County, one of the most desirable locations to live in the United States and an epicenter for business and careers. 自1959年以来, NCC has earned a nationwide reputation for academic excellence, affordability, and ease of transferability to four-year schools. 

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