Resource Title: FIG (Faculty Inquiry Group) on Student Voice
Brief Description of Resource: This FIG (Faculty Inquiry Group) project took place in 2010. A number of FIGs were formed at the SSCC campus, and two librarians decided to join a FIG together with discipline faculty interested in developing Student Voice. A simple rubric was developed to assess Voice. The librarians worked with an intermediate ESL, ENGL 101, ENGL 102, and PSYC instructor. The Voice project was done across four courses ranging from intermediate ESL through a content course in the discipline of psychology. The common thread of the FIG was to help students develop their own personal voices, with an ultimate goal of helping students to avoid plagiarism in their writing. A simple rubric was developed to assess students’ success. Included: description of the project and rubric.
College: South Seattle Community College
Resource Type: Rubric
Intended Audience: General Students
Potential Other Audiences: Transfer Students, Pre-College Students, ESL Students, International Students, Faculty, Librarians / Library Staff
Creator Contact Name + Email: Esther Sunde – esther.sunde(at)seattlecolleges.edu
Link to Resource: FIG_project_Student_Voice [.DOC file]
Resource Tags: Student Voice
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