In this blog post, GTA Sarah Primeau discusses how reflective writing helps both students and instructors alike develop more connections among diverse learning situations.
In this post, Senior Lecturer Adrienne Jankens gives tips for fostering effective discussions in composition courses.
Lecturer Ryan Flaherty writes about adjusting our attitudes and pedagogies to more appropriately appeal to our student audience.
In this post, faculty member Jule Thomas reflects on incorporating her own revision strategies into a robust process for ongoing professional development as a teacher and scholar.
In this post, Composition GTA Corey Hamilton writes about instructors’ language practices and how to avoid confusing students with jargon-laden teaching.
In this post, faculty member Shenika Hankerson addresses how to provide equitable academic access to African American Language-speaking (and other linguistically marginalized) students.
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