Introductory Activity (before you come)

Before coming to PRLS, we would like for you to share a little about yourself. Please post a brief introduction. You may share what you teach, etc. but also share an interest or some personal information. Also, please post your course syllabus.

We would also like for you to please do the Pre-Assessment survey prior to attending.

As a recap, you will:

  1. Post an introductory posting (attaching your course syllabus)
  2. Complete the Pre-Assessment survey.

Reminder of what to bring with you:

  1. Laptop
  2. Sweater or jacket
  3. Personal item related to authentic assessment

3 thoughts on “Introductory Activity (before you come)

  1. Aloha Peeps,
    I’m Susan Sanger. I teach developmental, introductory, and advanced composition in the LA Division. I also teach composition and literature at Manoa. I was born and raised on Oahu. I love music, especially live. I enjoy Hawaiian, jazz, classical, opera, classic rock, metal, and alternative. I am passionately in love with my little doggie, Cocoa. I look for ward to meeting all of you!!!

    I have tried to copy my syllabus here, but keep getting an error message. Is there another place to submit a syllabus?

  2. Hi All,

    I’m Lani Uyeno, and I teach writing in Language Arts (with Susan!). Currently, I’m teaching in the Accelerated Learning Program, which allows English 22 students to take English 100 concurrently. Results have been good, but spring semester was difficult.

    Here’s something personal about me — my first job was as a flower picker, and my second, as a pineapple picker.

    I’m looking forward to our sessions. See you on Monday!


  3. Hi all,
    I’m Leanne Riseley (formerly Leanne Chun and still learning my new name). I am the Educational Media Center Coordinator and lecturer for ICS 101.

    Since Lani shared her first job – my first volunteer job was as a candy striper at Kapiolani Hospital, but I have a terrible sense of direction and I kept getting lost down the various hallways. I only lasted one summer there.


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