BRITTAIN FELLOWS AND THEIR STUDENTS HONORED

James Dean Young Banquet

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andy.frazee@lmc.gatech.edu

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Every year, the Writing and Communication Program gives several awards for students and for Brittain Fellows:

The Writing and Communication Program's Student Awards recognize excellence in innovative individual or collaborative WOVEN projects. Effective projects integrate several aspects of multimodal communication—written, oral, visual, electronic­, nonverbal. The following projects received awards:

  • Award for Excellence in WOVEN Communication in English 1101
    Brandon Scott Byers, Matthew Gerard Egan, William Conner Guinn, Weiyu Liu, and Rupert Wu. Instructor: Dr. Doris Bremm
  • Award for Excellence in WOVEN Communication in English 1102
    Derrick Pearce Coogler, Micah Emilia Hosford, and Jae Kyung Han. Instructor: Dr. Christine Hoffmann
The Writing and Communication Program's Awards in Pedagogy and in Multimodal Innovation celebrate the work of Brittain Fellows:
  • The Award for Excellence in Pedagogy recognizes overall excellence in pedagogy: excellent classroom performance, creative curriculum development, high levels of student engagement, productive use of Georgia Tech and metro-Altanta resources, excellence in formative assessment and summative evaluation, scholarly and/or research projects related to pedagogy, and pedagogical presentations and/or publications. Dr. Doris Bremm and Dr. Leah Haught received the 2013 Awards for Excellence in Pedagogy.
  • The Award for Excellence in Multimodal Innovation recognizes multimodal innovation: innovative use of new media for student learning, creative multimodal activities and assignments, approaches that inspire students to take intellectual risks, exploration in multimodal communication leading to scholarly presentation and/or publication. The 2013 Award for Excellence in Multimodal Innovation went to Dr. Diane Jakacki.

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School of Literature, Media, and Communication

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innovation, multimodality, Writing and Communication
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  • Created On: Apr 19, 2013 - 7:05am
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