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TH05 - Hosted Lunch and Keynote - Crucial Thinking: The Necessary Intellectual Moves in Our Courses 
April 4, 2013   11:45am - 1:45pm
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0.10 CH  
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This keynote session will address common intellectual skills in undergraduate writing assignments - especially those that our students must adopt to thrive in academic life. We will seek out those moves that are necessary but often eclipsed by popular taxonomies: the crucial but quiet, the critical but seldom taught.

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