May 14-18, 2018

* 1. Please fill in the following information:

* 2. In order to create a workshop that addresses your needs, interests, and questions, we would like to know a bit more about your teaching, particularly as it relates to writing assignments. There are no "right" or "wrong" answers to these questions; they will simply allow us additional insights into similarities and differences between participants.

What courses are you scheduled to teach during 2018-19 academic year? Which, if any, are designated as Tier II (W) courses? (100 characters or less)

* 3. What types of writing assignments have you used in your classes?

* 4. How do you evaluate student writing (e.g. use rubrics, % on content, format, mechanics, etc.)? (100 characters or less)

* 5. Do you assign more than one draft of written assignments? If so, how do students get feedback on the early draft(s)? (100 characters or less)

* 6. What do you see as some of the challenges of incorporating written instruction into your content courses? (100 characters or less)

* 7. What do you feel you need in order to improve your teaching of writing to students in your courses? (100 characters or less)

* 8. What are your goals in participating in STAF? How do you anticipate that the experience will benefit your students and/or your teaching? (100 characters or less)

* 9. When was the last time you were taught to write in a specific genre? Was it successful? Why or why not? (100 characters or less)

* 10. STAF will meet at yet undetermined times and dates in the Writing Center, 300 Bessey Hall throughout the academic year. Please give input here (as specific as possible) on when you would be able to attend sessions approximately once a month. (100 characters or less)