Jennifer Stonaker

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Synthesis Brainstorm

This asynchronous workshop contains a set of activities designed to help students synthesize the conversation between the sources they are examining in their Texts in Conversation essay. It invites them to move through a variety of different activities, including a map, a dinner table conversation scenario, and a mad-lib style exercise.
 
Activity title: Synthesis Brainstorm
 
Author: Meg Formato and Jennifer Stonaker
 
Course: PWR 1

Argument as Conversation

in this asynchronous activity, students an excerpt from The Craft of Research and work through a series of prompts to outline their RBA argument and deeply engage with a counterargument. 

Activity title: Argument as Conversation

Author: Jennifer Stonaker

Course: PWR 1 or PWR 2

Activity Schedule: Week 9

Coordinator's Corner: Reflection on the Notation in Science Communication

This past May marked the 3rd birthday of the Notation in Science Communication (NSC). As the program enters its 4th year, I’d like to provide a quick update on the program and how it has grown over the last few years.