ISBN: 978-1-64215-105-3 (PDF) | 978-1-64215-106-0 (ePub) | 978-1-64642-145-9 (pbk.) Open the entire book: In PDF Format In ePub Format, Chapter 1. WAC Clearinghouse Hannah J. What should it mean today to "teach writing as a process"? ... More, Edited by Justin Everett and Cristina Hanganu-Bresch, In A Minefield of Dreams: Triumphs and Travails of Independent Writing Programs, Justin Everett and Cristina Hanganu-Bresch highlight both cautionary tales and stories of resounding success that can inspire and provide paths toward addressing the challenges faced by faculty who lead independent writing programs. To situate processes is to physically locate them: to observe the infinite ways they are shaped by particular bodies and affects, environments and spaces, others near and distant, and various tools or objects. Triumphs and Travails of Independent Writing Programs, Techniques for the Systematic Coding of Text, Talk, and Other Verbal Data, Affective Digital Mediations toward Film-Composition, Research and Collaboration across Disciplines, Building Equity and Inclusion in the Compassionate Writing Classroom, Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors, Physicality, Improvisation, and the Teaching of Writing, FYC Pedagogies that Foster Student Writing Identity and Agency, A Logic-in-Use for Studying Lifespan Literate Action Development, © 2019 University Press of Colorado, including Utah State University Press245 Century Circle, Suite 202, Louisville, Colorado 80027 • Phone: (720) 406-8849, Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing, Contingency, Exploitation, and Solidarity, Diverse Approaches to Teaching, Learning, and Writing Across the Curriculum, Emerging Writing Research from the Middle East-North Africa Region, Performing Antiracist Pedagogy in Rhetoric, Writing, and Communication, Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic, Sexual Harassment and Cultural Change in Writing Studies. The WAC Clearinghouse is an open-access, educational website supported by more than 125 contributors, institutional sponsors, and the Colorado State University Open Press as well as more than 180 volunteer editors, editorial staff members, reviewers, and editorial board members. Talinn Phillips is Associate Professor of English at Ohio University where she also directs the Graduate Writing and Research Center. 482 pp. Rule takes stock of this familiar commonplace in composition studies, arguing for a renewed understanding of process that emphasizes situatedness. Writing-across-the-curriculum (WAC) refers to a formal programmatic approach within contemporary secondary and higher education composition studies that promotes the importance of writing in classes outside of … By Hannah J. https://doi.org/10.37514/PER-B.2019.0193
Draft submissions will undergo a comprehensive peer review process. She earned her Ph.D. in Composition Studies from the University of New Hampshire, where she served as editor of Transitions , a journal of undergraduate writing. Previously she was the director of first-year composition at the University of Miami, director of the writing center and associate director of the Reinvention Center at the University of Pittsburgh. The following books are currently available. The authors featured here present compelling reasons why this oft-neglected form of writing deserves—and demands—continued academic response. ... More, In Writing and School Reform, Joanne Addison and Sharon James McGee respond to a testing and accountability movement that has imposed increasingly stronger measures of control over our classrooms, shifted teaching away from best practices, and eroded teacher and student agency. The WAC Clearinghouse is an open-access, educational website supported by more than 125 contributors, institutional sponsors, and the Colorado State University Open Press as well as more than 180 volunteer editors, editorial staff members, reviewers, and editorial board members. A Definition of Everyday Writing: Methods for a Writer-Informed Approach to Lifespan Writing, Chapter 6. Edited by Ryan J. Dippre and Talinn Phillips, This edited collection builds on the three themes that emerged from the 2018 inaugural lifespan writing conference—identity, society, and theory—to further the study of writing through the lifespan. To situate processes is to physically locate them: to observe the infinite ways they are shaped by particular bodies and affects, environments and spaces, others near and distant, and various tools or objects. Making Sense of a Person’s Literate Life: Literacy Narratives in a 100-Year-Study on Literacy Development, Chapter 5. WPA: Writing Program Administration, 2015. DOI: 10.37514/PER-B.2020.1053.2.04, Chapter 5. Her scholarship lives at the intersection of writing, teaching and learning. He earned his Ph.D. from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2015. More, In Labor-Based Grading Contracts, Asao B. Inoue argues for the use of labor-based grading contracts along with compassionate practices to determine course grades as a way to do social justice work with students. Making Sense of a Person’s Literate Life: Literacy Narratives in a 100-Year-Study on Literacy Development, Magdalena Knappik
Open the entire book: In PDF Format In ePub Format, Preface, Charles Bazerman
... More, Acknowledging Writing Partners treats the genre of written acknowledgements as a lens for viewing writing as a practice of indebted partnerships. Parlor Press/WAC Clearinghouse (Perspectives on Writing Series), 2016. This book is also available as an open access ebook through the. Publication Information: Rule, Hannhan J. Antiracist writing assessment ecologies: Teaching and assessing writing for a socially just future. Generating Murmurations for an Actionable Coherence, Ryan J. Dippre and Talinn Phillips
Please also send the CV of the author(s) or editor(s). 182 pages, with illustrations and bibliographies. ... More. Zawacki and Michelle Cox. ... More, Edited by Chris M. Anson and Jessie L. Moore, In Critical Transitions: Writing and the Question of Transfer, Chris Anson and Jessie Moore offer an important new collection about prior learning and transfer theories that asks what writing knowledge should transfer, how we might recognize that transfer, and what the significance is—from a global perspective—of understanding knowledge transformation related to writing. Indeed, as Peter Elbow observes in his contribution to this volume, "As far as I can tell, the term 'expressivist' was coined and used only by people who wanted a word for people they disapproved of and wanted to discredit."