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Dawnelle Jager

Dawnelle A. Jager

Instructor

113 Moon Library
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6756

Email: dajager@esf.edu

Academic Interests

Writing Center Administration, Composition Curriculum Development, Teacher and Tutor Training, Technical and Workplace Writing, Creative Nonfiction in the Sciences, Environmental Issues and Literature

Publications and Presentations

PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

·         "Invention Strategies for Difficult Writing Assignments," Onondaga Community College, Semester Workshop for the Writing Skills Center

·         "Working with Students with Learning Disabilities," Writing Program, Syracuse University, Fall 1993

·         "Authority and the Female Writing Instructor," at The Writing Skills Conference, Onondaga County Community College, Fall, 1994

·          "Peer Group Dynamics," Writing Program, Syracuse University, Spring, 1997 Conference

·          “Summary Strategies” and “Langston Hughes in the 205 Classroom,” Writing Program 1998

·         “Self-Discovery, Skill Development, and the Sustained Writing Project, CCCC Convention, 1999

·         “Beyond ‘One Size Fits All’ TA Training,” CCCC Convention, 2002

·         “The (Im)possibilities of Research in a Material World:  The Multi-Genre Collaborative Research Anthology,” CCCC Convention, 2003

·         “The Future of Eco-Compositon,” CCCC Convention, 2005

·         “Parting the State and Private Seas:  Survival of the Slickest,” CCCC Convention,2006

·         “Ecocriticism and Learning Communities,” CCCC Convention, 2006

·         “Learning a New Language for Progress:  Faculty “Speak” vs. Student Affairs “Speak”, Learning Communities Conference, October, 2006

  • “Writing and Discourse: What Are the Current Issues and Problems in Ecocomposition?”ASLE

Conference, June, 2007

  • "Science Studies and Ecocriticism," ASLE Conference, June 2007
  • "Ecomedia," ASLE Conference, June 2009
  • "Science and the Humanities," ASLE Conference, June 2009
  • "Writing, Living and Learning in Community," NCTE Conference, November 2009
  • Attendance at the National and International Writing Center Conference, November, 2010
  • “Environmental Justice Pedagogy,” Chair and Presenter, ASLE Conference, June, 2011
  •  “Directive, Non-Directive and Minimalist Tutoring Seminar for the Writing Center, Syracuse University, January, 2012
  • “Integrating Writing Center Pedagogy in the Classroom/Utilizing Teaching Strategies in the Writing Center.” Writing Program Writing Center Retreat, June, 2012
  • “Line Dancing: How Professional Tutors Can Promenade Between Roles of Teacher and Tutor,” International Writing Center Conference, November, 2012
  • “Changing Nature Migrations Energy Limits, ASLE Conference, June 2013

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Conversations in Context Reviewed, Reflections, Writing Program, Syracuse University, Spring 2001
  • Unit 1 Assignment, WRT 105, Fall 2002
  • WRT 205 Shared Syllabus and Research Anthology Assignment, Spring 2002 and Spring 2003
  • How to Write for Writing Teachers, Vocabula Review, May, 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

Awards

 

AWARDS

  • Phi Lamda Theta National Honor Society
  • Chancellor’s Award for Public Service, Syracuse University
  • Syracuse University Writing Program Merit Award for Instructor, 2004
  • Syracuse University Writing Program Merit Award for Instructor, 2006
  • President’s Award for Community Service, College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Education

  • Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, MS, English Education
  • Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio, B.A., English
  • Media Literacy and Popular Culture in Maymester, Syracuse University, 2001
  • Schooling and Diversity in MayMester, Syracuse University, 2004
  • Rhetoric and Composition Seminar, Michigan State University, May, 2008
  • International Writing Center Association Seminar, July, 2012
  • Teaching English as a Second Language Certificate, May, 2013

Professional Associations

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Conference on College of Composition and Communication
  • New York State English Teachers
  • Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment   
  • National Education Association
  • Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences
  • College Board
  • International Writing Center Association
  • Association of Writing Programs

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