Here's just a thought, but having written something about this for CWCA,
I'm wondering if we need a broader discussion of professional
development opportunities within writing programs in Canada. Most of us
who attend the Canadian Caucus of the CCCC's Conference, and the
Canadian conferences such as Inkshed, STILHE etc.are programme
directors. I'm wondering how each institution handles the professional
development of all the part-timers and volunteers who help us keep our
programs running? Perhaps some papers presenting models and best
practices might be in order? Theresa.
Tosh Tachino wrote:
> It was nice seeing many of you at 4Cs. We had a good turnout at the Canadian
> Caucus (15-ish), and we had very interesting presentations and a very pleasant
> dinner afterward.
> I will be happy to write a proposal for the next year's Canadian Caucus, but I
> wonder if there are any topics and issues that should be addressed at the next
> year's caucus.
> I will appreciate your input.
> Tosh Tachino, M.A., B.A. Honors
> Ph.D. Candidate, Iowa State University
> Rhetoric and Professional Communication
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