Write Brain: Reflection as a Practice: Understanding Audience & Concept

Jul 21, 2020 — 6:15 PM to 8:15 PM

Location: FREE! Online Via Zoom (get directions)

Writers develop and improve with time, practice, and arguably most important, reflecting throughout the process. Reflection is a mode of inquiry allowing writers to recognize what they are doing in that particular moment, as well as to consider why they made the rhetorical choices they did. This workshop focuses on reflection and how to more mindfully incorporate reflective practice into your own writing processes to help you become a more effective writer no matter what style or genre you are working in.

ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86788261674


Kara Taczak

Kara Taczak is a Teaching Associate Professor at the University of Denver where she also directs Faculty Development and ePortfolio Initiatives. Her research centers on composition theory and pedagogy, specifically teaching for transfer. Her publications have appeared in College Composition and Communication, The WAC Journal, Composition Forum, Teaching English in a Two-Year College, and Across the Disciplines; she received the 2015 CCCC Research Impact Award and the 2016 CWPA Book Award for her co-authored book, Writing across Contexts: Writing, Transfer, and Sites of Writing. Currently, she is the co-editor of Composition Studies.