Writing experience rubric Snapchat play pedagogy design pedagogy pecha kucha Blogging: Jason’s article Twitter: http://introtfw.weebly.com/twitter.html Shared Writing Spaces: http://www.sbu.edu/academics/schools/arts-and-sciences/departments-majors-minors/english/composition-program/resources-for-instructors/digital-writing-assignments/collaborative-social-and-multimedia-writing Infographics: https://www.dwrl.utexas.edu/2016/07/29/cool-tools-piktochart/ Multimedia composing: http://www.sbu.edu/academics/schools/arts-and-sciences/departments-majors-minors/english/composition-program/resources-for-instructors/digital-writing-assignments/a-v-club Gaming: http://www.sbu.edu/academics/schools/arts-and-sciences/departments-majors-minors/english/composition-program/resources-for-instructors/digital-writing-assignments/games-and-procedural-rhetoric Sound mapping: https://www.dwrl.utexas.edu/2016/10/19/mapping-sound/ Digital Writing and Research Lab (UT Austin): https://www.dwrl.utexas.edu/category/assignments/ Digital Media Project: (Ohio State): http://dmp.osu.edu/
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This blog post is making the rounds. Tiffany Martinez, a McNair scholar and undergrad, who writes about how a professor commented “This is not your word” when she used “hence” in her essay. Her story seems to being together some … Continue reading
The Chronicle just posted an article on teaching composition that’s making quite a few waves: http://www.chronicle.com/article/Are-We-Teaching-Composition/237969#disqus_thread Inside Higher Ed has already published a response: https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/just-visiting/getting-better-teaching-students-writing-work-what-they-know# Embedded in these two articles is actually some timely discussion about revision and how/if we … Continue reading
I want to respond to a few of the ideas raised in Bean’s “Helping Writers Think Rhetorically.” I really enjoyed some of his thoughts, and could easily see how they already fit with/will enhance my own writing pedagogy. One of … Continue reading
Today’s conversation made me think of this recent post on the five-paragraph essay. In it, author Kim Zarins links to another essay, “Slay the Monster! Replacing Form-First Pedagogy with Effective Writing Instruction,” by Kathleen Rowlands. They might be worth a skim … Continue reading
In this post, I want to look at a particular undercurrent in all four of the readings this reading: fear. While these four scholars are not themselves writing from a place of fear, each of their texts engages with fear … Continue reading
I will begin by describing myself as I respond to Patricia Bizzell’s Opinion: Composition Studies Saves the World! I am a middle aged white Jewish woman of Iraqi parentage. Besides living in Israel for a year, I have been a … Continue reading
Here’s the link to an article on one minute papers. I also wanted to share an article on discussion strategies.
Welcome to Queens College and to this fall’s teaching practicum. We’ll be using this site to share class documents and blog about our readings. Please poke around and ask any questions in the comments.