Sharing this conference paper that I recently had posted to my university’s Digital Commons. I often reflect on and share the ideas I describe in this paper, which I originally … Continue reading
I’m happy to share an article I wrote for the Language Arts Journal of Michigan (2021) on the readings I used in my first-year composition class to support students’ work … Continue reading
In W21, I worked with a faculty colleague and two undergraduate peer mentors in our Composition Learning Community to study intermediate composition students’ experiences with peer mentors in online courses. … Continue reading
I took the opportunity to pull this much-revised paper from my manuscript files for publishing on my university’s Digital Commons. If you’re interested in the I-Search, teacher research, or knowledge … Continue reading
I recently drafted this post for my participation in a March 2021 REMC course on formative assessment.
“Learning How to Ask Writing Question with Rhetorical Reflections.” Composition Forum. 41. Spring 2019
Please check out my recently published article, “Learning How to Ask Writing Questions with Rhetorical Reflections” in Composition Forum, 41.
CCCC 2019, “Engaging Process and Emotional Rhetorical Inquiry: Pretending Our Texts as Manipulable Holograms”
Moving around my cramped first-year writing classroom to answer students’ questions about their I-Search projects, I peered down at their laptops, squinted at screens, tried not to hit anyone in … Continue reading
Originally posted on WSU Teaching of Writing Conference:
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This blog post was originally published on the WSU Teaching Blog on October 20, 2011. This afternoon, after four days of rethinking a small group exercise we began last week, … Continue reading
Ruminating With Our Mouths Open, A Good Habit?: Modeling the Reading/Thinking/Writing Process Over Time
This blog post was originally published on the WSU Teaching Blog on November 22, 2011. Bear with me as I try not to mix any metaphors. Most of the time, … Continue reading