Curriculum Vitae of Dawn Marie Wooten

Objective

To educate incoming students about the writing process, research techniques, writing modes, and collaborative work.

Education

Indiana University - Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Indiana
Bachelor of Arts Degree, English
Conferred May, 1993

Indiana Wesleyan University
Bachelor of Science Degree, Business Management
Conferred August, 2002

Indiana University - Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Indiana
Masters of Arts Degree, English
Speciality in Rhetoric and Composition
Conferred December, 2009

Teaching Experience

Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
Fort Wayne, Indiana
January 2003 - May 2007
Instructor of Introduction to College Writing I, II, and Introduction to Computer Literacy

Position Description:

Introduction to College Writing I and II: Engage beginning college writers with the writing process, including paragraph development, standard writing conventions, grammar and mechanics.

Introduction to Computer Literacy: Aid beginning college students with the basics of computer operations (mouse, keyboard, external drives, peripherals), an introduction to software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point) and introduction to the basics of the Internet (email, search engines, and database usage)

Indiana University - Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Indiana
September 2007 - present
Instructor of Elementary Composition

Position Description:

Engage students in writing organized, well-developed, researched papers for a variety of purposes and audiences. Provide emphasis on rhetorical situations and analysis of appropriate research materials.

Honors and Awards

National Dean's List 2002

Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
April, 2004

Recognition Award, TRiO Student Services
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
April, 2005

Professional Organizations

Member, National Council of Teachers of English
Fall 2007 - present

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